Artificial Intelligence is playing a larger role in our everyday lives; from early detection of cancer to predicting customer behaviour. It is proving to be a powerful tool in understanding the world around us - but how does it work? And how can we be sure we’re developing correct and robust models for good rather than evil? In this introductory Python course, we will learn how to use the Python programming language to write simple programs and start to build models that help solve real world problems, at a pace that is comfortable for all. By the end of this course, you will have a portfolio of AI projects based on real world problems, and the understanding to interpret and apply more specific and advanced techniques to your field of interest.
This course will assume a basic level of maths (GCSE minimum), a computer, and an internet connection. We will be using Google’s Colab Notebooks to run the code so a Google account is helpful, but not necessary as there are workarounds available.
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Course Fee: Standard Fee: £130 | Concession fee: £65
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