Presentation of the Artificial Intelligence programme
Five billion dollars by the year 2020: that’s what the Artificial Intelligence (AI) market will represent according to The Motley Fool, a leading point of reference for investors in the field of technology. Artificial intelligence is everywhere, from the smartphone with integrated facial recognition to driverless vehicles.
Why train in artificial intelligence?
Artificial intelligence is a new turning point in the digitalisation process of our society. It heralds the advent of a 4.0 industry. All companies whatever their market (regional, national or global) are moving towards digitalisation and need a whole range of AI expertise. The current labour market does not meet the growing need for AI specialists. From this perspective, the Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence trains developers specialising in AI to make up for the shortfall in highly qualified personnel in this field.
Which job opportunities after the master in artificial intelligence?
The MSc in Artificial Intelligence, characterised by alternating between theoretical tuition and working in a business enterprise, enables the student-employee to develop skills that meet the demands of the world of work. The dual theory-practice nature of the course guarantees employability after studying. In addition, the development of a project within a partner company increases the chances of permanent employment.