Bachelor of Arts & Sciences in Applied AI: The Transfer of Interdisciplinary Knowledge

The degree emphasises the intellectual underpinning of AI applications in diverse areas, with a philosophical and ethical dimension. Supported by a wide range of courses, students will learn to transfer interdisciplinary scientific knowledge into a wide range of integrated applications and technological innovations to develop the intellectual capacity essential for meeting new challenges and resolving new problems in the future. Upon graduation, students will be able to acquire a competitive advantage in becoming vital assets of any organisations which need to formulate intelligent strategies.

Programme Introduction and Admissions

Prof. Matthew R Evans, Dean of the Faculty of Science, talked in details about what Applied AI is about and what you would expect from the programme.

Graduate Prospects

The programme aims to give students practical knowledge in the design and construction of intelligent systems so that they can apply their skills in a variety of career settings, including but not limited to science and technology, environmental protection, medical informatics, health care, business, banking, finance, urban development, neurocognitive science, etc. Students will be able to acquire the necessary expertise in artificial intelligence and a competitive advantage in becoming vital assets of any organisations which need to formulate intelligent strategies.

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