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BCom University, a private research university in South Korea, has announced a new computer vision and machine learning course that focuses on deep learning, and is aimed at students in fields like AI and robotics.
The course, called Deep Learning in the Big Data Age, was offered by the institute and BCom in late October.
It was described as a “comprehensive and comprehensive course,” and included more than 100 lectures, labs, simulations and research projects.
In the course, students will learn to use deep learning to analyze, understand and make sense of large amounts of data.
It will focus on the topic of deep learning in computer vision, the application of deep neural networks in machine learning, machine learning for speech recognition, deep learning for robotics and the use of machine learning to help solve real world problems, according to the university.BCom will be the first university to offer the course.
In October, the institute also announced it would be giving an AI course called Deep Mind in the Information Age, which will focus primarily on AI in healthcare.