Artificial Intelligence - a view from cybernetics

An exciting new microlearning program running in March 2023

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Written by: ANU School of Cybernetics
10 Jan 2023

Microlearning

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A blue robot hand reaching up to touch a bunch of connected dots and lines

Artificial Intelligence is booming. AI-enabled systems are becoming ubiquitous. New AI solutions are being created to address business, environmental, political and technical challenges. At the same time, there is concern about the impact of AI on public discourse, in consumer settings, in education.

Artificial Intelligence—a view from cybernetics is a new one-day in-person microlearning program running on Friday 3 March 2023. This course is offered by the School of Cybernetics through the ANU Centre for Continuing Education, and is open to anyone who has an interest in AI and its application in industry, government and education.

For more details see our microlearning page, or to enrol visit the CCE website.

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