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Learn About The Future Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Humans In The Workplace

BCS Artificial Intelligence (AI) Essentials

Our one-day BCS Artificial Intelligence (AI) Essentials training course covers the different types of AI, the basic process of Machine Learning (ML), the challenges and risks associated with AI projects, and finally the future of AI and humans in the workplace.

Please Note: Our BCS Artificial Intelligence (AI) Essentials training course is not run as a public scheduled training course, however it can be delivered as a private virtual training session for your team. Email us at [email protected] or call +44 (0)1539 736 828 for a formal quote.

BCS Artificial Intelligence (AI) Foundation

Our three-day Artificial Intelligence (AI) Foundation training course will teach you the building blocks of AI and how to use your newfound understanding of Machine Learning.

Our Artificial Intelligence (AI) Foundation training course is a fantastic opportunity to engage with AI Expert - Dr Andrew Lowe. You will learn about AI, Machine Learning and Neural Networks and be able to apply your knowledge to your current or future career.


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Artificial Intelligence Training Courses & Certifications

In our Artificial Intelligence (AI) training courses, you will understand the difference between AI and Machine Learning.

Our Artificial Intelligence (AI) training courses will teach you the ethics of implementing AI, the sustainability of humans and Artificial intelligence.

There are always challenges and risks when integrating something new like AI, we will show you how to minimize those risks and see the benefits.

Teams will need to be agile towards AI, there will be early teething issues and Development and Operations teams will need to work together to minimise these errors.