Artificial intelligence is a growing sector – with the potential to change the way we live in the future to the same level as the introduction of electricity did. You’ll work with industry standard software such as Python, R, C#, C++, scikit-learn, tensorflow, pytorch, pandas, Unity, Visual Studio and Jupyter notebooks.
In this dynamic area you’ll gain skills in programming and maths – and an understanding of how these technologies can be successfully applied to solve real-world problems.
You’ll learn to create intelligent agents both within games and as games players. You’ll gain a deep understanding of data flows within organisations and systems, as well as how huge amounts of data can be engineered to produce knowledge.
You’ll learn through practical work and assignments, rather than through long lectures.
Starting with the basics in your first year, you’ll soon move on to applying these skills to realistic problems. This can be followed by an optional placement year, as well as practical application of all of your experience and skills in your final year.