Artificial Intelligence

A 6-week online course to allow professionals to get smarter about the technology that is changing the world.



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"Anything that could give rise to smarter-than-human intelligence—in the form of Artificial Intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, or neuroscience-based human intelligence enhancement­—wins hands down beyond contest as doing the most to change the world. Nothing else is even in the same league."

Eliezer Yudkowsky
Co-founder of Machine Intelligence Research Institute (MIRI)

About the Course

Certification is awarded after successfully completing the course requirements.

Starting October 7, 2019


No Credit Check, No Additional Fees, No Pre-Approval

Pay over 3 weeks – two installment payments.
Payment one: 50% up front.
Payment two: 50% due 3 weeks from payment one.

No refunds, full or partial, after October 12th, 2019.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all around us, radically altering the professional landscape. Led by expert Thomas Palazzolo, this course demystifies the central concepts behind AI to help students understand the effects of AI applications on their industries and discern which solutions might benefit their own work. Demonstrating the ubiquitous nature of AI, the course delves into AI applications in areas as wide-ranging as healthcare, robotics, law, the auto industry, supply chain, and social media. Students will learn about the execution of AI algorithms, natural language processing, data collection, and the use of videogames as a testing ground for new technologies. The course also covers privacy and regulatory questions about AI, and students are encouraged to share scenarios from their own profession.

Meet the Instructor

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Thomas Palazzolo
Thomas Palazzolo is an expert in Artificial Intelligence, Game Design, and Virtual Reality Simulations. He believes in the potential of AI applications to improve security, boost productivity, and cut costs across industries. By breaking AI technologies into their basic components, Thomas dispels common myths about AI to encourage students to apply new skills that will empower them in their professional and personal lives. A researcher at Wayne State University, he uses archeological applications of AI to elucidate patterns of human migration.

Boosts Automation
Reduces Costs
Decreases Errors

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