Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence in Europe

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Academic institutions around the world offer a BSc or Bachelor of Science.  This popular undergraduate degree is helpful in preparing students for the workplace or for advanced degree programs.  The average BSc takes three to five years to complete.

Artificial intelligence is far more than the media portrayal of this subject; it is the leading edge of software solutions. This field of computer science is useful for data managers, engineers, researchers and machine learning developers.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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BSc in Artificial Intelligence

University of Groningen
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Netherlands Groningen

How can you drive a car by computer? How does a computer recognize speech or emotions? How can software and devices be aligned with the way humans think? In the Bachelor’s degree programme in Artificial Intelligence, you will study intelligence and develop ‘intelligent’ and user-friendly products. [+]

How can you drive a car with a computer? How does a computer recognize speech or emotions? How can software and devices be aligned with the way humans think? In the Bachelor’s degree programme in Artificial Intelligence, you will study intelligence and develop ‘intelligent’ and user-friendly products.

Artificial Intelligence draws on knowledge from various disciplines, such as cognitive psychology, linguistics, computing science, logic and philosophy. Combining this knowledge often leads to new discoveries!

The degree programme for people with an enquiring mind and wide-ranging interests This degree programme focuses on human thinking, artificial thinking (computers, robots) and behaviour in social systems (e.g. group behaviour). You will study the underlying processes in order to predict or simulate behaviour.... [-]