The course is part of the programme MAISTR (hh.se/maistr) where participants can take the entire programme or individual courses. The course is for professionals and is held online in English. Application is open as long as there is a possibility of admission. The courses qualify for credits and are free of charge for participants who are citizens of any EU or EEA country, or Switzerland, or are permanent residents in Sweden. More information can be found at antagning.se.
About the course Smart Healthcare with Applications, 4 credits
Who is this course for? The course suits you with any Bachelor’s degree (equivalent of 180 Swedish credit points / ECTS credits at an accredited university) who have an interest in applying Artificial Intelligence (specifically Machine Learning) to healthcare. Leadership/management experience in health-related organization/industry OR a Bachelor degree in computer science is advantageous.
What will you learn from this course? Healthcare as a sector together with other health-related sources of data (municipalities, home sensors, etc.), is now in a place and can take advantage of what data science, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) have to offer. Information-driven care has the potential to build smart solutions based on the collected health data in order to achieve a holistic fact-based picture of healthcare, from an individual to system perspective. This course aims to provide a general introduction to information-driven care, challenges, applications, and opportunities. Students will get introduced to artificial intelligence and machine learning in specific, as well as some use cases of information-driven care, and gain practice on how a real-world evidence project within information-driven care is investigated.
What is the format for this course? Instruction type: The lectures, announcements, and assignments of this course will be fully online via a learning management system and presented in English. Each lecture is delivered through a video conference tool with a set of presentation slides displayed online during each class session. Online practical labs (pre-written Python notebooks) are also provided in the lectures.
The emergence of artificial intelligence has created a new opportunity to apply machine learning (ML) in industry 4.0. In this era of the Internet of Things and Big data, processing of a large amount of data would not be possible without ML. Thus, ML made industrial production smarter than ever before. So, learn the course “Machine learning for Industry 4.0” to bring in new business models in your company and boost productivity using ML.
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This course is a collaboration between Högskolan Väst, Linnéuniversitetet and Mälardalens Högskola. It consist of three course modules: Introduction to Machine Learning (MDH – 2 credits, Basic level), Industry Digitalization – Industry 4.0 (HV – 2,5 credits, Advanced level), Applied Machine Learning (LNU – 3 credits, Advanced level). Students who pass all three courses will receive a diploma from Learning for Professionals.
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