Bachelor of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)

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Prerequisites

SACE stage two mathematical methods or specialist mathematics or equivalent.

Assumed knowledge

None

2019 selection rank

New in 2020

Guaranteed selection rank

75.00

TAFElink

Diploma or above

Adjustment factors available

Yes

SATAC code

244221

Delivery mode
On campus:
  • – Tonsley
Online: No.
Duration

3 years full-time
(or part-time equivalent)
Deferrable: Yes

Annual indicative fee
  • 2020: To be advised
How are these fees calculated?
Start dates
  • – March
  • – July

The answer is… not entirely. These two paragraphs describing artificial intelligence were written by Talk To Transformer, a website created by Canadian engineer Adam King. Utilising technology developed by research lab OpenAI, Talk To Transformer’s neural network generates text from samples you paste.

In this case, we pasted the text ‘artificial Intelligence research’ into the prompt, and extracted the following two paragraphs from the A.I. generated response.

If you read with a critical eye, it’s clear the A.I. isn’t perfect - however the capabilities of such systems are constantly improving.

Creating articles indistinguishable from human-written equivalents is only one aspect of the potential of artificial intelligence. From autonomous vehicles to defence applications, health, online shopping, logistics and law, almost every industry will be affected by A.I.

So get future ready - study Flinders Artificial Intelligence.