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B.Sc CS (Artificial Intelligence with IBM)

HICAS Courses

Entry Requirements

The student must have passed Class 12th from a recognised School board of Education.

Course Duration

3 Years




About Department

PG & Research Department of Computer Science has started its functioning from the Academic Year 1998-99 with one Under Graduation BSc (Computer Science) and post graduationMsc(Computer Science) in the academic year 2001. It is been affiliated to Bharathiar University with 180 seats every Academic year for BSc (Computer Science) and 60 Seats for Msc(Computer Science). The Department is also offering the research programmes M.Phil in part-time and full-time Course from 2005 onwards. The department has produced University Ranks and many of the candidate with Distinction.

Courses Description

"Artificial intelligence (AI) is a research field that studies how to realize the intelligent human behaviors on a computer. The ultimate goal of AI is to make a computer that can learn, plan, and solve problems autonomously. Artificial Intelligence course is designed to help learners decode the mystery of artificial intelligence and its business applications. The course provides an overview of AI concepts and workflows, machine learning and deep learning, and performance metrics.

Future Proposals for MOU for CA classes:

  • "• Increase security. • Generate new services (and possible social issues). • Empower businesses. • Improve healthcare. • Facilitate sustainability. • Make humans smarter. • Inspire artists. AI is going to permeate every job sector in the future. It can create new career paths in the field of Machine learning, Data mining, and analysis, AI software development, program management, and testing."

Goals & Objectives

  • "The goals of artificial intelligence include learning, reasoning, and perception. AI is being used across different industries including finance and healthcare. Weak AI tends to be simple and single-task oriented, while strong AI carries on tasks that are more complex and human-like. Objectives of AI:To have an appreciation for and understanding of both the achievements of AI and the theory underlying those achievements. To have an appreciation for the engineering issues underlying the design of AI systems. To have a basic proficiency in a traditional AI language including an ability to write simple to intermediate programs and an ability to understand code written






HICAS B.Sc CS (Artificial Intelligence with IBM)