AI for mobile games
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Artificial Intelligence for Mobile Games uses mobile games that students are familiar with to explain and
conceptualize abstract and advanced computer science concepts.
Students will build and train a
machine learning model to beat
popular mobile games. Students will learn object oriented programming and
foundational CS principles such as Python, which emphasizes code readability and is used extensively in the software industry.
Students can apply frameworks learned in the course to design and train AIs for other games!
More information coming soon for our second session, AI/Machine Learning. This program will be offered at our Longwood Medical Area campus from July 13-17!
Date: June 29 – July 3
Gann / Bentley – Waltham, MA
Chris Kim will graduate from Brown University in May 2020 with a degree in Computer Science, having primarily focused on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Chris is currently the Chief Strategy Officer for Code for Tomorrow, a STEM program for teens which has performed to rave reviews. Upon graduation, Chris will join a strategic consultancy firm before matriculating into Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School.
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