Ireland’s first Masters degree in artificial intelligence (AI) is to begin in September in the University of Limerick. The course will be welcomed by several technology companies in Ireland, as AI is one of the fastest-growing areas of technology investment. It is being put together in collaboration with the Irish Centre for High End Computing and a number of technology companies here, including Microsoft, Nokia Bell Labs, IBM, Google and Ericsson. It is also being supported with input from Skillnets and the IDA. The new MSc in artificial intelligence will take 60 students per year for the next five years. The course will run over two-years (part time) and will be delivered “primarily online with some intensive problem-based learning workshops” taking place on the University of Limerick campus. Ireland ramps up artificial intelligence kudos with first Masters degree

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