"Artificial intelligence is the new electricity."
Andrew Ng, Stanford Adjunct Professor
AI is changing the way we work and live, and has become a de facto part of business and culture. This graduate certificate, which has quickly become our most popular, provides you with a deep dive into the principles and methodologies of AI. Selecting from a variety of electives, you can choose a path tailored to your interests, including natural language processing, vision, data mining, and robotics.
Don’t wait! While you can only enroll in courses during open enrollment periods, you can complete your online application at any time.
Once you have enrolled in a course, your application will be sent to the department for approval. You will receive an email notifying you of the department's decision after the enrollment period closes. You can also check your application status in your mystanfordconnection account at any time.
College level calculus and linear algebra including a good understanding of multivariate derivatives and matrix/vector notation and operations (MATH104, MATH113, CS205L or equivalent).
You should be familiar with Probability Theory and basic probability distributions (Continuous, Gaussian, Bernoulli, etc.) You should be able to define the following concepts for both continuous and discrete random variables; Expectation, independence, probability distribution functions, and cumulative distribution functions (CS109, STATS116 or equivalent).
A conferred Bachelor’s degree with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better.
Artificial Intelligence has transformed countless industries, and changed the way we all live and work. You can be part of what’s next by building your expertise in key techniques, tools, and knowledge fundamental to driving AI advancements…