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University of Groningen BSc in Artificial Intelligence
University of Groningen

BSc in Artificial Intelligence

Groningen, Netherlands

3 Years

English

Full time

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Sep 2024

EUR 2,314 / per year

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Introduction

How can you develop an autonomous car? How does a computer recognize speech or emotions? How can software and devices be aligned to the way humans think?

In the international Bachelor's degree program in Artificial Intelligence, you will study intelligence and develop 'intelligent' and user-friendly products.

This international degree program focuses on human thinking, artificial thinking (computers, robots), and behavior in social systems (e.g. group behavior). You will study the underlying processes in order to predict or simulate behavior.

Interdisciplinary curriculum

Artificial Intelligence draws on knowledge from various disciplines, such as cognitive psychology, linguistics, data science, computing science, logic, and philosophy. You will develop skills in these areas in the first year, after which you deepen your knowledge in the subdiscipline you prefer, such as machine learning, robotics, or cognitive science.

Translating knowledge into practical applications

There are many applications in which intelligence and usable technology are indispensable, in ticket machines for example. This degree program, therefore, has a strong practical orientation.

Please note: AI has a fixed quota (numerus fixus), for which a selection procedure takes place.

Why study this program in Groningen?

  • Artificial Intelligence in Groningen has been designated as the best Artificial Intelligence education in the Netherlands, reviewed by Elsevier and the Keuzegids (Dutch Higher Education Guide).
  • We have a unique position when it comes to research on cognitive modeling, logic, and handwriting recognition.
  • Artificial Intelligence in Groningen is an international bachelor. When you have graduated, jobs will be available to you all over the world!
  • Our faculty is the home of Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, Ben Feringa, and Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Frits Zernike.

Research

Our Bachelor's degree program in Artificial Intelligence is connected to the Bernoulli Institute.

The mission of the Bernoulli Institute is to perform outstanding academic research and teaching in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Artificial Intelligence, and to maintain international leadership herein; to foster these disciplines as a living body of knowledge, and to make it relevant to society in its broadest sense.

The symbiosis between pure and applied science, and between mono- and multidisciplinary research and teaching, is a distinguishing characteristic of our institute. As an important part of this mission, we aim to transfer our results to other areas of science and technology and initiate and expand inter-and multi-disciplinary research collaborations.

The following research groups within the Bernoulli institute focus on Artificial Intelligence:

  • Autonomous Perceptive Systems
  • Cognitive Modeling
  • Multi-Agent Systems

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