AI is a rapidly advancing discipline at the intersection of computer science, technology, cognitive science and data science. AI has great promise to change the world in ways we cannot foresee. Society, industry, business, commerce, entertainment, medicine, finance and many other aspects of our lives could be transformed by advances in AI.
Students in the minor will learn the basics of AI and core concepts with emphasis on tools and frameworks to solve real world problems. Applications such as natural language processing, autonomous driving and computer vision will be experienced with hands-on learning. Ethical and human-centered perspectives will be explored.
The minor requires a minimum of 22 units.