Specialization – AI Foundations for Business
Specialization – AI Foundations for Business Certificate
IBM – Specialization – AI Foundations for Business
About this specialization
This specialization will explain and outline the general directions for business leaders considering AI solutions to business challenges. The first course offers an overview of the basic technologies and concepts of artificial intelligence for companies. The second will introduce technologies and concepts in data science. The third introduces the AI ladder, which provides a framework for understanding the work and processes required to successfully implement AI solutions.
Applied learning project
Each of the courses in this specialization includes comprehension tests that are designed to assess each student’s ability to understand the concepts presented and put them into practice. In particular, these concepts are related to introductory knowledge about 1) artificial intelligence; 2) data science.
Course Certificates Completed
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- What is Data Science?
- The AI Ladder: A Framework for Deploying AI in your Enterprise
Understand what is AI, its applications and use cases and how it is transforming our lives
Explain terms like Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Neural Networks
Describe several issues and ethical concerns surrounding AI
Articulate advice from experts about learning and starting a career in AI
IBM offers a wide range of consulting and technology services; a broad portfolio of middleware for collaboration, predictive analytics, software development, and systems management; and the world’s most advanced servers and supercomputers. Leveraging its expertise in business consulting, technology, and R&D, IBM is helping clients become smarter as the planet becomes more digitally connected. IBM is investing more than $ 6 billion a year in research and development and has just completed its twenty-first year of patent leadership. IBM Research has earned recognition outside of any commercial research organization and is home to 5 Nobel Prize winners, 9 US National Technology Medals, 5 US National Science Medals, 6 Turing Awards, and 10 members of the US Inventors Hall of Fame.