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Machine learning is a subset of Artificial Intelligence. It is also a ground-breaking technology that has powered some of our most important applications in the last few years. Machine Learning powers social media feeds, voice-activated assistants, facial recognition technology, chatbots, and recommendation systems. In this final course, you will learn about several machine learning algorithms, such as linear regression, random forests, and SVMs. You will also learn about important Machine Learning concepts such as overfitting, underfitting, and parameter tuning. Then, you will implement these algorithms using the Python programming language. More importantly, you will gain the knowledge needed to apply these algorithms to various real-life machine learning problems.
With the data explosion in today’s world of business, companies worldwide are looking into leveraging and monetizing their data. This is where data science and AI come in hand. Data scientists use AI to skim through extremely large data sets, extract what is relevant and provide businesses with concise and clear insights that allow them to make strategic decisions and predictions based on that information. In the second course of the track, you will learn about data science by writing Python code to filter, sort and analyze data while creating complex data visualizations and answering real-world questions. With the skills you learn in this course, you will be able to move on to the next course and start training AI models.
Artificial Intelligence is the technology that will power many of our future technologies in medicine, e-commerce, and robotics, and the most commonly used programming language for AI is Python. Python is a pillar in the programming world and is widely used in artificial intelligence applications like general AI, machine learning, natural language processing and neural networks. In this introductory first course, you will learn the fundamentals of Python by building a series of simple but useful programs including an automatic dice program, a guessing game, a password generator and an encryption program. By building these fundamental skills, you will then be able to move to more advanced programming in Python including programming for data science and machine learning.
547 200 websites are created every day. Also, a website is the face of the business online, and it can reach the widest and broadest audience. So, every business today is spending a lot of effort designing and developing the finest website possible. In the first course of this track, you will learn the basics of front-end web development using HTML and CSS. You will also start building your portfolio by creating and coding several websites, including a survey and a product landing page.
Python is one of the most popular and most widely used coding languages in the world. From machine learning to web development, it is a powerful coding language that has diverse applications. One of these applications is Game development. In the second course of this track, you will learn how to code your own games in Python, using its renowned and powerful module Pygame. You will code several classic arcade games, like Pong, Snake and Space Invaders. By the end of the course, you will get to make your own game and share it with your friends and family.
Do you want to develop your own game completely from scratch? In the first course of this track, you will learn how to think like game developers to build challenging yet enjoyable games that entertain players and tell a story. You will create several types of games from beginning to end using Gdevelop. GDevelop is an open-source, cross-platform game engine that is extensible, fast, and easy to learn. By the end of this course, you will be able to design different features in games like animating assets, designing levels, adding main menus, and publishing games on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and the Web.
You don’t need a fancy workshop with expensive equipment to create a working prototype. As a matter of fact, in the final course of this track, you will build electronic gadgets using a virtual Arduino board and the platform Tinkercad. You will connect various electrical components such as LEDs, motors, and sensors on a breadboard and control them using a block-based coding language. This course is a great introduction to the connection between hardware and software and how to use microprocessors. By the end, you will be able to create a wide variety of gadgets, including an LED dice, a throwing arm, and a weather station.
Robots make computer science come to life with real-world applications, and today you do not need a physical robot to learn all about them! Instead, you can learn using a virtual robot on VEX code VR, a platform developed by the organizers of the world’s largest robotics competition, VEX Robotics. In the second course of this track, you will code a VEX robot using a block-based coding language and see it execute that code in a virtual 3D environment. You will make the robot pick up colored disks using magnets, navigate the walls of a complex maze, knock out a large tower, and find objects using color sensors. You will also learn about how robots work and interact with the world through a series of mechanical systems and sensors.
Artificial intelligence has been the main driver of emerging technologies like machine learning, big data, and IoT. By 2022, it will create around 58 million new artificial intelligence related jobs and will continue to act as a technological pioneer for the immediate future. In the final course of this track, you will design and code different types of AI powered Android apps from audio classifiers to voice calculators, therapist bot, and more. By the end of the course, you will design your own original app and publish it on Google Play Store!
People spend 87% of their time on mobile apps. This makes mobile app development an essential skill to learn. In this second course of the track, you will code and design mobile applications on the platform Thunkable. These applications will have more advanced interface features including screen navigators, animations and ad banners. In addition, they will use a wide variety of databases including local databases and cloud databases. At the end of the course, you will create an advanced application that you can share on the Google Play Store.
One of the most popular uses of computer programming is coding mobile applications that people can use on the go on their smartphones and tablets. In fact, 6 140 apps are released daily on the Google Play Store, and your app can be one of them! In the first course of this track, you will develop and code different types of Android apps using MIT App Inventor. MIT App Inventor is a great starting platform to learn app development. You will use block-based programming to develop and code a wide range of apps from to do lists and magic 8 ball to polls and games. You will not only work on the code, but will also design the user interface of each application. By the end of this course, you will code your own original app to share with the world.
Roblox is an exciting gaming community with more than 155 million active users. It is a global platform that brings people together through play. In 2020, Roblox ranked number 1 among the world’s most innovative companies in gaming and number 9 between the top 50 most innovative companies in the world. In the final course of the track, you will learn how to code your Roblox game and publish it for others to play. You will use the popular Lua scripting language to code your racing game while also learning how to design 3D assets, including environments, props, and levels. Apart from publishing your own games, you will have the chance to explore the millions of 3D experiences built by a global community of developers.
Level up your coding knowledge and design skills by building a variety of fun arcade games with great visuals. Then, package these games and let them run on Windows, Mac and Linux. In this second course of the track, you will use the game engine Gdevelop to create and design several types of games like platformer games, tank shooters and endless car games. You will also learn how to use fundamental coding concepts to code in-game mechanics such as checkpoints, collectibles, power-ups and obstacles.
Why not learn and understand fundamental coding concepts while playing one of your favorite games? Minecraft is not only the best-selling video game of all time; it is also an excellent tool to explore the world of computer science. In the first course of this track, you will use a block-based coding language to code Minecraft mods that will build large structures, design custom items, and control the actions of NPCs. By the end, you will be ready to code in-game features and instantly see the outcome of your code in the game. Get ready to boost your own gaming experience and take it to the next level!
Artificial Intelligence is all around us. It is the technology that powers everything from Alexa and Siri, to Snapchat filters and YouTube’s recommended videos. In the final course of this track, you will learn about the different types of artificial intelligence by building several games and interactive projects using the block-based coding language, Scratch. These projects include a chatbot, a program that converts handwriting to computer text, a program that recognizes images, and a program that can decide whether a sentence is kind or mean.
Build on your solid understanding of Scratch by creating complex programs that use advanced coding concepts like lists, message broadcasts, sorting algorithms, and Scratch extensions. In the second course of this track, you will enjoy a step-by-step visual approach to coding that makes even the most difficult programming concepts easy to master. These new concepts and tools will let you code complex games with multiple levels and difficulties. It will also give you a glimpse of how professional developers build games.
Do you want to code your own video game but don’t know where to start? Start from here! Build your own video games using Scratch, a platform developed and maintained by MIT Media Lab. Scratch is a block-based programming language that is used by more than 60 million users in 150 different countries. In the first course of this track, you will code and share video games with bright visuals and engaging designs. Also, you will learn how to use the basic principles of programming like loops, if-statements, event triggers, and message broadcasts to code complete video games.
Build on your solid understanding of app development with MIT App Inventor. MIT App Inventor receives around 400,000 unique monthly active users who have created about 22 million apps. In the final course of this track, you will develop and code different types of Android apps using block-based programming. You will work on several apps which include mole mash, a photo booth app and more. By the end of the course, you will code your own original app to share with your friends and family and even publish on Google Play Store!
In the second course of this track, you will use block-based programming to create and design different apps. You will use App Lab on code.org where students have published more than 67 million projects! You will use and apply fundamental coding concepts like if statements, events, loops and conditions while developing several intermediate apps like a quiz app, a classic rock paper scissors app and many more. By the end of this course, you will be able to design and create your own app that you will publish on Google Play Store and share with your family and friends!