Cornell’s Artificial Intelligence Review article Posted August 19, 2018 09:31:04Cornell Artificial Intelligence, which aims to make artificial intelligence accessible to students and faculty, announced it will be launching a new course called Artificial Intelligence for Students (AIS) on Wednesday, August 20.
“The goal of this course is to give students an overview of the key challenges facing artificial intelligence today and how the field is advancing,” said a Cornell spokesperson.
The course, which is open to anyone who wants to enroll, will take students from the fields of artificial intelligent, deep learning, robotics, machine learning and AI, and will cover topics such as:How AI is advancing, What AI is doing, and What AI can do.
The first of two courses will be offered in Fall 2019, with the second course slated for Summer 2019.
The Cornell Artificial Intelligence Program (CAP) is dedicated to creating and delivering quality artificial intelligence training for students, faculty and staff at Cornell.
CAP is the first program of its kind at a major public university, with its mission to provide a comprehensive set of training tools that enable students to become more proficient in AI and its applications, and to provide leadership in the field of artificial intelligences.
“As we embark on a new century of Artificial Intelligence research and development, Cornell’s CAP students will be given the opportunity to get hands-on experience in robotics, AI, machine vision, machine translation, and more,” said Steve Pyle, CAP director and chair of the Cornell Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence.
The new course is available for students from across the country.
For more information, visit the CAP website.