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Course Description

AI is incrementally creeping into nearly every aspect of our everyday lives. Those who do not understand AI run the risk of being left behind. Understanding AI requires a steep learning curve and can be overwhelming, even for scientists. By breaking AI down into smaller components, the complexity is reduced. From the perspective of a technology analyst, students will explore AI as an emerging technology. First, students will acquire the necessary background in big data, data analytics, algorithms, computer science, neuroscience, and relevant legal and ethical issues. Then, using the tools of the analyst’s trade—hindsight, forecasting, and foresight—students will learn from the past and project scenarios for the future that inform the planning process. With this acquired knowledge, students should feel confident discussing AI’s development and its implications and make better decisions about their future regarding business, public policy, and planning in their personal lives. | Lecture (plus questions)
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