The Artificial Intelligence specialization aims to give students the essential competencies that can emulate cognitive functions, adapt and enhance performance over time, and tackle complex tasks that are comparable to human performance.
Furthermore, the Artificial Intelligence specialization covers expansive topics on problem-solving, reasoning, understanding natural language, speech recognition, and computer vision. The curriculum is created to give students the skills and expertise they need to deploy artificial intelligence algorithmic solutions that adhere to industry standards and best practices.
Graduates of the BSCS Program with specialization in Artificial Intelligence should be capable of managing efficiency and automation, personalization, data analysis and insights, capable of creating predictive and prescriptive solutions with enhanced decision-making and innovative solutions.
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