On 2 & 9 October 2021, the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine will be organising a SkillsFuture SG-approved short course titled “Beginning Artificial Intelligence Through Neuroscience”. The course aims to equip individuals who are keen in gaining a basic understanding of artificial intelligence (AI), the fundamental concepts for managing AI technology and how neuroscience models supports these areas.
This introductory course will enable participants to acquire basic coding skills for constructing simple AI systems, build/deploy a simple deep learning model and examine the potential dangers of AI. Participants will learn the mathematical and statistical concepts needed to fit models to data; beginning with simple examples such as linear regression and binary classification, followed by the application of these principles to train deep learning models.
For the upcoming run, we would like to extend an invitation to members of The Singapore Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience for this short course. We believe that they may want to explore the emerging field of artificial intelligence for their own professional development. Please see the course brochure for more details.
In view of the limited class size, we would appreciate if interested members can indicate their interest in this course by reaching us at email@example.com.