Machine Learning Bootcamps in Denver, CO
In 2018, Denver Startup Week included a discussion on how “AI & Machine Learning Are Disrupting Billion-Dollar Industries.” Nearly 700 people attended. While Denver may be small, the city is growing and flush with entrepreneurs, many of whom are looking to break into the tech and cannabis industries. In 2018, the Downtown Denver Partnership reported that 265 tech startups had formed between 2015 and 2018.
Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Denver for its hiking, skiing, and laid-back culture. Universities such as the University of Colorado at Denver, Colorado School of Mines, and Metropolitan State University of Denver attract students for similar reasons (and boast strong computer engineering programs). Thus, the city isn’t lacking in talent to power its growing community of tech startups.
Popular Denver startups include cloud-based security company Protectwise, healthcare company Welltok, contact management platform Fullcontact, and Galvanize, a learning community for technology that caters to data scientists, engineers, and analysts.
Frontier Airlines, Chipotle, and Qwest Communications are all based in the Mile High City, and Google has a $150 million office complex in nearby Boulder that many Denver residents commute to.
As Denver’s tech scene continues to grow, so do the resources for entrepreneurs. In addition to Denver Startup Week, groups such as Denver Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, Denver AI, and the Denver Data Science Meetup group offer networking, learning opportunities, and additional support for its members.