Teaching the computer to compose and write novels. NTHU’s AI program is recruiting liberal arts talents
NTHU recently opened a school-wide AI artificial intelligence credit program, allowing non-technical students to learn the basic application of artificial intelligence. In addition to the newly opened "Artificial Intelligence Group", the Department also offers artificial intelligence application courses to attract students from different majors to engage in. Letting the student teach the computers to compose and even write novels and tell jokes.
With the wave of artificial intelligence, NTHU recently opened a school-wide AI artificial intelligence credit course to open an "application-based course" for non-technical students. President of NTHU Cheng-Hong Ho said that AI is not only the name of artificial intelligence, but also the meaning of cross-domain intelligence (Add Intelligence). No matter what the students major, they can systematically learn and add value to the profession through the artificial intelligence credit courses.
Ting-Ji Wang, the director of the Department of Computer Science of NTHU, said that now programing is only a basic skill, but AI is the mainstream. Companies such as TSMC and Google need smart manufacturing talents in the future. Talents are not limited to the technology industry, but can also move on toward the medical field or business field. Improve the image recognition technology and financial technology.
Ting-Ji Wang mentioned that students from all majors are suitable to join the field of artificial intelligence. Therefore, many business and management college students cross-study credits. It is recommended that students who are not employed can apply for application courses. In this regard, the Department of Capital Engineering also offers courses on "Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Music" and "Artificial Wisdom and Literary Creation". Students can teach computers to compose music, which attracts many music students to take courses. I believe that we will soon be able to see robots that sings.
Jing-Jia Liu, director of the NTHU EE Department, said that at present, the proportion of female students in the colleges and universities of NTHU is still low, but in the future, girls tend to have more advantages than boys when robots are taught to learn from human perspectives. The "Embedded Systems" course requires students to design a self-driving system in groups. The girls' group is obviously more delicate than the boys. "The industry must be better and more refined. Girls must be invested." Jing-Jia Liu said that girls can simulate the system of ambulances and police cars. Meaning artificial intelligence really needs girls' perspectives.