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Carnegie Mellon offers undergrad degree in artificial intelligence

Students will still have to be admitted as part of the CS program and will only be able to choose whether to major in artificial intelligence in their second year.

Carnegie Mellon has an unmatched depth of expertise in AI, making us uniquely qualified to address this need for graduates who understand how the power of AI can be leveraged to help people.'

Reid Simmons, the new AI program director, explained that the degree will focus 'on how complex inputs -- such as vision, language and huge databases -- are used to make decisions or enhance human capabilities.'

Draft Schedule (Subject to change)

This course is targeted at graduate students who are interested in learning about artificial intelligence.

The course also covers techniques from the intersection of AI and other disciplines such as integer programming, continuous optimization, and game theory.

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