Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a field that develops intelligent algorithms and machines. Examples include: self-driving cars, smart cameras, surveillance systems, robotic manufacturing, machine translations, internet searches, and product recommendations. Modern AI often involves self-learning systems that are trained on massive amounts of data (“Big Data”), and/or interacting intelligent agents that perform distributed reasoning and computation. AI connects sensors with algorithms and human-computer interfaces, and extends itself into large networks of devices. AI has found numerous applications in industry, government and society, and is one of the driving forces of today’s economy.
Artificial Intelligence in Amsterdam
The Master’s programme in Amsterdam has a technical approach towards AI research. It is a joint programme of the University of Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. This collaboration guarantees a wide range of topics, all taught by world renowned researchers who are experts in their field.
In this Master’s programme we offer a comprehensive collection of courses. It includes:
- Computational Intelligence
- Computer Vision
- Information Retrieval
- Knowledge Representation
- Machine Learning
- Multi-Agent Systems
- Natural Language Processing
Next to the general AI programme we offer specialisations in: