|The interdisciplinary graduate specialization provides thesis-based Master’s students (in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, or Engineering) with a diverse knowledge base in artificial intelligence (AI) methodologies and ethical issues. Students learn from a multidisciplinary team of faculty members, while conducting AI-related research guided by a faculty supervisor.
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