Starting from the academic year 2019/2020 the Artificial Intelligence course (9 ECTS) is replacing the course Artificial Intelligence (12 ECTS) for students of the Master in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. The course Artificial Intelligence 1, for students from other master degrees, is Section 1 of the new AI course (see below). The course Artificial Intelligence 2 of the Master in Engineering in Computer Science is Section 2 of the new AI course (see below) plus a section of the new Machine Learning course (9 ECTS). For students enrolled in earlier academic years, the course Artificial Intelligence (12 ECTS) corresponds to the new course Artificial Intelligence (9 ECTS) plus a section of the new Machine Learning course (9 ECTS). Students of academic years 2015/16 can refer to the web sites of previous courses in their curriculum to verify exam specifications and syllabus.
Book through Infostud (please email the teacher in case there is no registration open). The exam periods are:January 13th, 2020 (9-13) Marco Polo 105
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