B.Sc. in Cognitive Systems in partnership with TCS is an interdisciplinary degree program that can be considered as the intersection of computer science and computational linguistics. The program’s main aim is to understand and study the advancement of AI.
It’s like the cognitive technology is created to perform four core tasks:
Cognitive technologies can increasingly assimilate and map unstructured data in a wide range of formats, extract and process relevant information from them.
Technologies such as machine learning, have enabled cognitive systems to upgrade their knowledge and algorithmic models based on the real-world outcomes. Most cognitive systems follow two methods for continuous learning—explicit training and observational self-learning skills to improve their efficiency for performing tasks.
Cognitive technologies use machine learning and deep learning techniques to analyze and characterize normal behavior. This has made it possible to predict future system behavior under expected and anomalous conditions as well as produce actionable insights and recommendations.
Cognitive systems think and act like experts. Unlike a bot, they do not need to be programmed with explicit instructions to perform tasks. Instead, they have the ability to mimic the human brain and combine self-learned context with reusable patterns to construct procedures to perform complex activities utilizing reusable simple skills.
Jain (Deemed-to-be University) in collaboration with TCS has launched a Bachelor of Science degree course for students to be ‘future-ready’ for all Ai related fields.
What’s in it for the students?
Become an expert at Cognitive technologies and get added opportunities to study abroad and get a TCS Industry 4.0 certification