Artificial Intelligence

While science fiction has a long history of intelligent machines, we now live in a world in which these machines are reality - and you can learn the skills to work in this exciting field. We can hold conversations with Siri on our iPhones, watch computers defeat the world's greatest chess players, and might soon ride around in driverless cars. These new technologies require artificial intelligence, which is the study and development of technology that can reason, deduct and, basically, act human. Learn the programming necessary to work in machine intelligence development, and explore the origins of AI as well as modern areas of research, including language processing, perception, motion, and manipulation.

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Term 1 (June 7–June 27)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Term 2 (July 5–July 25)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Qualification Level: 
Center Math