This degree prepares students to develop artificial intelligence applications, such as speech recognition, facial recognition, and language translation. Areas of study may include data mining, advanced mathematics, engineering, and robotics. A capstone experience or internship rounds out many programs and prepares students for careers and graduate study.
Earning a bachelor’s degree in artificial intelligence can develop strong analytical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities that benefit graduates personally and professionally. Graduates may also develop proficiency in data mining and analysis that will open doors in a diverse range of industries. Imparting knowledge of Artificial IntelligenceExplore ideas about Internet of Things and Machine LearningExplore ideas about intelligent agents.Explore ideas about Robotics and programming robotics.Explore ideas for doing research in Artificial intelligence and its related areas.Explore idea about IOT and its applications in real life situations.
The ultimate goal of artificial intelligence is to create computer programs that can solve problems and achieve goals as humans would. There is scope in developing machines in robotics, computer vision, language detection machine, game playing, expert systems, speech recognition machine and much more. The following factors characterize a career in artificial intelligence:
- The use of sophisticated computer software
(i) Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) with 5 Credits; AND
(ii) Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) or its equivalent with at least 2 Principal passes (at least one in science subjects like Maths/Physics) obtained at the same sitting.
(iii) International students must produce the equivalency certificates from UNEB, equating their foreign qualifications as equivalent of (i) and (ii) above.
(iv) Students of HEC (Information Technology / Physical Science) with minimum score of class ii credit obtained from an accredited University shall also be considered after assessment of their previous awards.
(v) Diploma with minimum score of Class II Credit in a similar stream shall be considered for credit exemptions after assessment of their previous awards.