Oxygen have partnered with Birmingham City University’s Big Data and AI Masters programmes on several data analysis and machine learning projects.
Oxygen Finance is delighted to announce a new partnership with Birmingham City University’s Big Data and AI Masters programmes. The partnership will see Oxygen Finance collaborate with the university’s talented students on several data analysis and machine learning projects.
The partnership will provide a number of masters-level students access to Oxygen Insights data whilst also embarking on a number of research and development projects.
The projects will focus on enhancing Oxygen Finance’s existing technology platform, with the aim of delivering even more value to clients through improved data analysis and insights.
Commenting on the partnership, Oxygen Finance’s Chief Technology Officer, Rob Parker, said: “We are excited to be partnering with Birmingham City University’s Big Data and AI Masters programmes As a technology-driven company, we are always looking for ways to improve our platform and enhance our capabilities. We’re also keen to support and develop young talent and to provide experience in a business such as ours and with the depth of data we hold. The expertise and fresh perspectives that the university’s students and professors will bring to the table will be invaluable.”