Master of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a driving force behind digital disruption. Industries and businesses are being transformed. Now we work smarter, not harder. New jobs and opportunities are emerging, and this evolving technology is set to inject $15.7 trillion into the global economy by 20301. Automation and machine learning are key to future success, but there's a global shortage of skilled AI professionals. Master of Artificial Intelligence graduates are ready to meet that need.
Gain advanced knowledge of interactive media, computer vision or natural language processing. Use virtual reality and human-machine interaction to shape the future IT industry. Help improve the analysis and translation of communication between humans and computers.
Discover the fundamental technology and theories which make AI possible, and learn how computational intelligence, logic and automated reasoning power innovation.
Practical skills are vital for graduates pursuing a career in AI. So why not develop hands-on experience while you study? Work with real-world AI applications through group industry-based learning projects. Experience AI innovation first hand in our Centre for Technology Infusion (CTI).
· Problem solving with AI
o Discover how research skills and deep learning algorithms are used to develop AI-based solutions to real world problems.
· Improving human and computer communication
o Develop natural language processing (NLP) processing pipelines using code libraries to boost communication output.
· Design, research and investigation
o Learn how to address design issues using machine learning models, algorithms and computer vision tasks.
· Deep learning techniques and AI
o Uncover deep learning techniques and how they can aid AI functions such as image recognition, machine translation and speech synthesis.
· Social, legal and ethical impact of AI
o Gain an understanding of the legal, moral and societal issues faced by today's IT industry and their impact on how AI technology is used.
Digital disruption is producing strong demand for AI professionals in healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture, automotive and more. Graduates can follow a range of career opportunities, including:
§ Artificial Intelligence Architect
§ Be responsible for looking at a business process and determining how AI technology can be applied successfully.
§ Software Engineer
§ Use engineering principles and computer language to design, develop and maintain software systems.
§ Data Scientist
§ Work with computer hardware systems and networks to optimise their performance.
Tuition Fee: AUD $37,800 per year