March 1st, 2024
Tuition Fee: $532
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With the development of artificial intelligence systems, problem-solving, and data-processing systems have been created that are sometimes much more efficient than the human mind or other known animals.
However, there are many substantial differences between artificial and natural intelligence. In this course, students will see the way living beings and machines process information have some similarities, but also notable differences. This does not prevent artificial intelligence from continuing to develop and bring improvements (also risks) in our daily lives, and these improvements can be used for the benefit of society, and to create opportunities for professional development in people specialized in its use.
Director of School of Advanced Education, Research and Accreditation (SAERA). Course Instructor at the Open University of Catalonia. Member of the Emotion, Cognition and Action Research Group of the Catholic University of Valencia San Vicente Mártir. Member of merit of the Balearic Institute of History.