Learn to build the impossible
Global innovations in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are going to redefine virtually every aspect of our lives. Students who master AI skills today will play a critical role in helping determine how this incredible technology impacts our future. This program will introduce you to the broad field of artificial intelligence, and prepare you for a wide variety of opportunities in the AI field.
Learning with Udacity means getting you exactly where you want to be in your career.
Our flagship Nanodegree programs represent career-track education at its most innovative. Every program is comprised of these core features:
Master cutting-edge skills sought by leading companies
Rigorous, timely project and code reviews
Build an optimized portfolio, earn a recognized credential
Connect directly to exclusive hiring partners
Design and implement an agent to play the game of Isolation, a deterministic, two-player game in which the players alternate turns moving between cells on a regular grid till one of them has no more moves left. Use adversarial search with heuristic evaluation functions to overcome computational challenges and make your agent a smarter player.
Solve air cargo logistics problems by decomposing them into individual actions using a formal planning framework, identifying dependencies and effects of each action, and generating valid plans using search techniques. Experiment with various automatically generated heuristics, including planning graph heuristics, and provide an analysis of your results.
Use Hidden Markov Models to recognize gestures in American Sign Language, from individual words to complete sentences. Train it on a dataset of videos that have been pre-processed and annotated, and test on novel sequences. Improve your recognizer by finding the best English translation of each sentence.
You will choose one of three concentrations. These may include Natural Language Processing, Computer Vision, and Speech Recognition. Actual concentrations are still being finalized so these may change. More information coming soon!
Artificial intelligence is the future of computer science, and the future of technology. Its impact will be almost immeasurable. The field is wide open today, with so much to learn, and so many ways to contribute.
We have collaborated with industry leaders to bring you cutting-edge curriculum covering topics such as game-playing search, logic and planning, probabilistic inference, computer vision, cognitive systems, and speech recognition. You’ll master skills and tools used by the most innovative AI teams across the globe as you delve into specializations, and gain experience solving real-world challenges. You’ll benefit from access to expert instructors, and become part of a dynamic community that will motivate, support, and guide you throughout the program, and to which you’ll contribute as well.
Graduates of this program will be valuable additions to any team working in the domain of AI, and opportunities exist in healthcare, finance, retail, media, advertising, education, and more. If you’re ready to start building the impossible, your journey to the future of artificial intelligence starts here!
A Nanodegree program is an innovative curriculum path that is outcome-based and career-oriented. Every program has a clear end-goal, and the ideal path to get you there. Courses are built with industry leaders like Google, AT&T, and Facebook, and are taught by leading subject matter experts. Students benefit from personalized mentoring and project-review throughout, and have regular access to instructors and course managers through moderated forums.
Graduates earn an industry-recognized credential and benefit from extensive career support. The ultimate goal of a Nanodegree program is to teach the skills you need, for the career you want, so you can build the life you deserve.
You will also need access to a Windows, macOS, or Linux computer with Python 3.4 or later installed.
See the Technology Requirements for using Udacity.
Research Director, Google
Professor of Computer Science, Georgia Tech
Adjunct Lecturer, Georgia Tech