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Weekly Core Program

Program G:

Artificial Intelligence with Python

Learning more deep and thorough with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and make related projects with the new interesting knowledge!

Upcoming 7th August 2021

(Tentative)

About this Program

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In Program G, students will be able to learn Artificial Intelligence (AI) and make related projects. They will be able to know the process of Machine Learning from getting data, converting data, training the machine with suitable model and testing for output. Moreover, they are exposed to Natural Language Processing, Text Recognition, Image Recognition and many more AI related projects.

Course Structure

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Duration: 24 lessons
Hours per Lesson: 2 hours
Class Size: 20 to 34 students
Suggested Age: 13 to 16 years old (No age restriction for Telebort alumni)
Prerequisite: Either c
ompleted Telebort Core Program F or having existing knowledge in        Python programming.

 

What you'll learn

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  • Understand about Artificial Intelligence and related knowledge.

  • Create various types of AI projects.

Program Syllabus

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Program G is exclusively designed for students to learn AI concepts such as machine learning progress, Text Recognition, Image Recognition and many more via different Python AI packages.

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CHAPTER 1

Artificial Intelligent

CHAPTER 2

Machine Learning

CHAPTER 3

Machine Learning Process with scikit-learn

CHAPTER 4

NLP & Text Recognition

CHAPTER 5

KNN and Popular Classifiers

CHAPTER 6

Text Classification

CHAPTER 7

Artificial Neural Network

CHAPTER 8

Image Classification process with TensorFlow

CHAPTER 9

CNN classifier

CHAPTER 10

Computer Vision

CHAPTER 11

OpenCV

CHAPTER 12

Color Conversion and Detection with OpenCV

CHAPTER 13

Haar-cascade Detection in OpenCV

Project in Class

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Sound Recognition
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Chatbot
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Image Classification
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Face Detection
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Computer Vision