The Artificial Intelligence Master's programme at Radboud University has a distinctly cognitive focus where computational modelling is the central methodology used to understand naturally intelligent systems, build artificially intelligent systems and improve the interactions between natural and artificial systems. Students can choose one of two specialisations: Cognitive Computing or Intelligent Technology.
How does it actually work to perceive, to act, to decide and to remember? Learn how to create artificial information systems that mimic biological systems as well as how to use theoretical insights from AI to better understand cognitive processing in humans.
How can we develop intelligent machines and better ways for them to interact with humans? How do we understand cognition through human behavior? Finally, what is the role of AI in society? Learn about these and other questions in the three tracks of Intelligent Technology: AI for Healthcare and Neurotechnology, Interactive Agents, and Societal Impact of AI.
In order to get admission to this Master's programme you will need a completed academic bachelor’s degree in Artificial Intelligence or an academic degree with a comparable background in programming, mathematics, and introductory AI. You can find more information on the specialisation pages: Cognitive Computing or Intelligent Technology.
If you do not meet the admission requirements for the Master's Programme in Artificial Intelligence, it may be possible to be admitted to one of the two pre-Master's programmes in Artificial Intelligence. The AI pre-Master’s programmes are designed to bridge the gap between your previous education and the AI Master’s programme.