Saturday 08 June 2019
10am - 4pm
Library seminar room (PE.03.001) SMR
Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 10am-4pm
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are appearing everywhere. Our previously 'dumb' machines are becoming 'smart' and the organisations we deal with on a daily basis are increasingly using AI to make decisions about us. But don’t be afraid!
Discover how algorithms and data come together to create the illusion of intelligence! In the Introduction to AI and Machine Learning course, you will build AI and machine learning models and understand how computers can learn and make decisions.
Attendees will advance rapidly through the content and make further improvements by writing Python code to implement an AI algorithm and analysing strategy games from an AI perspective.
All the participants will be assisted through the process of learning to write Python code to implement an AI algorithm and analyse strategy games from an AI perspective.
Participants will present their work at the end of the course to demonstrate the effectiveness of their learning for formative feedback.
Library seminar room (PE.03.001)
University of West London
St. Mary’s Road,