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A Manager's Guide to Artificial Intelligence

In today's global economy, managers will need to know how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be leveraged to keep their organizations competitive, as well as understand the potential ethical issues associated with employing AI technologies such as deep learning, machine learning, and the various AI-enabled recognition technologies.

This course introduces you to basic artificial intelligence concepts and trends. AI plays an increasingly important role in many industries. The emergence of this new technology promises to bring unprecedented efficiencies for organizations and enhance business performance.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Describe important events in the history of artificial intelligence
  • Compare knowledge-based systems to expert systems
  • Summarize the major characteristics of the different types of AI
  • Explain the Turing Test and other approaches to AI
  • Distinguish between machine learning and deep learning
  • Propose ways in which an AI can be designed to not cause harm to humans
  • Evaluate ethical concepts as they apply to AI
  • Demonstrate how natural language processing and generation work
  • Examine how computer vision, robotics, and Big Data relate to AI
  • Critique the use of AI in information security and the potential use of AI in attacks

CEUs: 0.3 (contact hours - 3)
$99 (USD)

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