Computational Intelligence at AUT: an overview

  • Also referred to as, or includes, data mining, information architecture

The study of computational intelligence produces graduates who will have:
  • An understanding of information systems and their application in particular domains
  • An understanding and application of the technical aspects of database and programming for information retrieval and presentation
  • An awareness of the roles of information technology specialists, and their contribution in an organisational context of information systems
  • The ability to acquire and process information and knowledge from large databases

Key academic contact

Russel Pears

Russel Pears
Associate Professor in Computer Science
School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Phone:  +64 9 921 9999  Ext 5344

WT Building
AUT City Campus
2-14 Wakefield Street
Auckland Central

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Last updated: 29-Nov-2016 10.02am

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