This course is a manual to understand AI (Artificial Intelligence), take part in AI related projects, transform your way of working and create added value, no matter what your job is.
This MOOC is for everybody and especially for people who are not familiar with data science.
You will find course videos and more than 80 interviews of companies, start-ups, reputed academics and scientists from the USA (San Fransisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Boston), Canada, China, Singapor, Hong-Kong, Indonesia and France.
This year, we added 30 more interviews filmed in the USA (Harvard, MIT, Boston), in Canada (Montreal, Laval) and in France.
With this MOOC, you'll learn about the following themes:
This MOOC is divided into 5 weeks. In each week, there are several sequences. Each sequence is composed of a 3 to 10 minutes video subtitled in English followed by a quiz.
You can follow the MOOC at your own pace, on your own and wherever you want.
Don't watch every video, pick the ones you're interested in.
The MOOC integrates educational innovations:
Rich media videos made with Ubicast to share resources in real time
Zeebra: an interactive forum for smartphone use
Case studies on the Teach on Mars app
Videos made with the Light Board of the Paris Descartes University of Pharmacy
Self-correcting multiple choices quizzes, social media activities, and several live webconferences
You will have access to all contents (videos, documents and quizzes) as soon as the Mooc opens and you will keep access even after it is closed.
For each sequence there's a corresponding thread are open on the Zeebra forum and the MOOC forum. You will get feedbacks to the main questions asked on the forums each week through webconferences.
This course is for everyone. There is no prerequisite needed.
You get grades through weekly tests and a final test (multiple choice quizzes). If you succeed these tests, you get the attendance certificate.
If you want to, you can get an authenticated certificate. In this case, after payment and registration, you will take a monitored online test with identity check.
Week 1: Understanding AI
Week 2: Do you really need technical skills to deal with AI? Well, no.
Week 3: Observing study cases
Week 4: What to remember?
Week 5: Developing new skills
More than 80 interviews of AI experts (from big companies, start-up, in France and around the world)
Dejoux, C., Leon, E. 2018. Métamorphose des managers à l’ère du numérique et de l’Intelligence Artificielle, Pearson.
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