Artificial Intelligence has the potential to transform a wide range of business tasks and industries. Learn what AI is and what it can do for your business in these courses.
Principles of Artificial Intelligence
AI can be less complicated than you think. These non-technical courses introduce the key concepts of Artificial Intelligence and its applications in business.
1. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform many business sectors and processes. This course will introduce the fundamental concepts behind AI, including what it is and where it’s used. We’ll also discuss some of the issues surrounding AI, such as ethical and privacy concerns, and consider the possible future developments of AI, including the possible consequences for jobs and even societies. This course is entirely non-technical and requires no prior knowledge of AI.
2. Business Applications of AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has a variety of applications in business, such as text or image analysis, speech recognition, and behavior or sentiment analysis. In this course, we’ll explain some of these applications, outlining how they’re used, what algorithms they involve, and what results you might expect. However, we’ll stop short of coding or implementing any AI solutions, meaning this course will remain relatively non-technical.
Artificial Intelligence Uses
Learn about some of the most common use cases for Artificial Intelligence and the models used for them, without having to learn any complex technical implementations.
1. Predicting Future Values
Artificial Intelligence techniques can help you predict the key values that help you make important business decisions, but to do so you need to understand what AI models can do this and how to evaluate them. In this course, you'll learn how to predict numeric values using regression techniques.
2. Predicting Scenarios
Not all business situations boil down to numbers. Sometimes you need to predict an outcome that has only a few possible values. In this course, you'll learn how to predict scenarios with a limited number of outcomes using classification techniques.