Transformational Impact Through Artificial Intelligence
COMPLEX GLOBAL PROBLEMS NEED VISIONARY INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS
 
Interested in becoming a leader in AI? Register for Northwestern University's Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence Information Session and learn how you can envision and create powerful new systems that redefine how AI is designed and deployed.
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

15-month, full-time master's degree program
Interdisciplinary curriculum combining computer science, business, psychology, and design coursework
Hands-on classwork, research and learning in Northwestern's AI labs with leading, tenured Northwestern faculty
Three-month internship opportunity and a capstone project in collaboration with industry partners
Exploration and collaboration among full-time cohort of computer scientists and thought leaders
Career-ready portfolio development to showcase your ability, knowledge and skills

WHY ATTEND AN INFORMATION SESSION?

DISCOVER WHAT'S BEYOND 
TECHNICAL SUPERIORITY
Master the breadth of artificial technologies, including machine learning, natural language understanding, and automated decision-making. 

 

LEARN ABOUT CREATING AI SYSTEMS FOR HUMAN WORKFLOWS
Discover new applications for AI in business and explore the psychology and design implications of human interaction with intelligent systems.

 

EXPLORE THE PROGRAM FORMAT THAT SURROUNDS YOU WITH EMERGING AI THOUGHT LEADERS
Work closely with a cohort of classmates who are experienced computer scientists and engage with faculty who rank among emerging thought leaders in AI. 

 

Check out a few of the companies that have hired MBP graduates:

• Genzyme
• Johnson & Johnson
• MedImmune
• Merck
• PDL BioPharma
• Pfizer
• SG2

 

STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Phoebe Evans (’16) designed a life clock that embodies time through the representation of rings on a tree. Evans used Arduino and LED lights to bring life to the clock.

Six students (’15) teamed up with IDEO Chicago to design a low-cost teff seed row planter to improve the livelihood of Ethiopian farmers.

Jeff Kahn (’14) designed the product Zeez which explores how different dosing protocols of light can affect the circadian clock thus improving the quality of life.

“We are seeing an increasing demand for computer scientists who can fully understand and create complex AI systems. We want to educate and empower students in all aspects of how these emerging technologies can be designed and deployed to interact and integrate with human partners."
 
Kris Hammond
Professor of Computer Science, MSAI Program Director

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SESSION

Wednesday, January 24 at 8:00 p.m. CST

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• Abbot Laboratories
• Amgen
• Baxter
• Bristol-Myers Squibb
• C1 Consulting
• Deloitte
• Genentech

 

• Abbot Laboratories
• Amgen
• Baxter
• Bristol-Myers Squibb
• C1 Consulting

 

• Deloitte
• Genentech
• Genzyme
• Johnson & Johnson
• MedImmune
• Merck
• PDL BioPharma
• Pfizer
• SG2

 

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