World's 5 Best Colleges with Artificial Intelligence Degrees

"There is a huge demand for artificial intelligence technologies." - Yuri Milner.

Looking into ways of stimulating human thought and action with computer hardware and software? Looking to study Artificial Intelligence? 

You must be ready to shake up your gray matter if you want to learn artificial intelligence. The reason is that the AI Coursework covers such intense topics as natural language processing, cybernetics, human factors, and computing theory. 

All this and more because today's AI is about the simulation of human intelligence in computers that are processed to think like humans and imitate their behaviors. 

A subject like AI is still new to the world. Fortunately, many colleges offer degrees in AI. This article will show you the 5 best colleges with artificial intelligence degrees. Let's see.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Founded in 1861, MIT is in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the USA. The program is a leader in the development of new disciplines discovered through research by faculty and students. To top it, it's got famous award-winning and dedicated faculty members. 

The MIT lab opportunities are vast and diverse, and enthusiastic students have the opportunity to select from an extensive list of lab projects to incorporate into their studies.

You can do Undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral courses from MIT(CSAIL). However, keep in mind, you don't directly get admitted to CSAIL; you need to take admission to other MIT courses. These courses are Aeronautics and Astronautics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics.

Where do I start?

Carnegie Mellon University

Founded in 1900, Carnegie Mellon University is in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, the USA. They say the most intelligent guys are always from CMU. In fall 2018, CMU offered the USA's first bachelor's degree in Artificial Intelligence.

The BSAI program provides detailed knowledge to convert a vast number of data into the actionable decision. The curriculum of this course focuses on language, vision, and a huge database used in decision-making or enhancing human capabilities. The curriculum

consists of coursework in math, statistics, computer science, machine learning, symbolic computation, and computational modeling.

CMU also has the most diverse range of students coming in from all over the world. On the downside, CMU is also the most expensive for Computer Science Programs. 

Where do I start?

There is a popular cliché, which says that you cannot get out of computers any more than you put in. Other versions are that computers only do precisely what you tell them to and that, therefore, computers are never creative. Ready to break this cliché?

Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Tech is one of the largest IS research groups in the US. The IS faculty conduct research in AI and provide Ph.D. and MS students in these areas, and we offer a broad set of undergraduate and graduate courses in these areas. However, you have to learn artificial intelligence at Georgia Tech by taking Computer science as your degree. 

It's easier to get in since it has the largest number of intakes and, from what I hear, also the hottest guys and hottest girls. 

Where do I start?

Radboud University Nijmegen

Founded in 1923, Radboud University Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands. Artificial Intelligence at this university focuses on various psychological processes such as perception, decision-making, communication, and motor functions. 

Here, Artificial Intelligence cooperates closely with other study programs such as Experimental Psychology, Informatics, Language, Speech, and Informatics. 

The School of Psychology and Artificial Intelligence also offers two research masters: Behavioral Science and Cognitive Neuroscience.

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University of York, UK

Founded in 1963, the University of York is in York, England. If you want to pursue Artificial intelligence in the UK, the University of York certainly has the most skilled and cooperative faculty and an active Artificial intelligence Research group. 

It provides a graduate degree in computer science with artificial intelligence. The course is designed with an industry advisory board which makes it easy to adapt to the workplace.

Where do I start?

I cannot give an intelligent concluding note since I don't know much about Artificial Intelligence. I never studied Computer Science. Still, I have imagined a time when we will be robots to what dogs are to humans. And when that happens, I know for a fact that I'm rooting for the machines. 

Best of Luck.