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AIMS launches applications for the fourth intake of African Master’s in Machine Intelligence

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) has launched applications for the fourth intake of its unique African Master’s in Machine Intelligence (AMMI), a one-year intensive foundational master’s program that provides brilliant young Africans with state-of-the-art training in machine learning and its
applications.

“The previous AMMI intakes gave students intensive mathematics and AI, Machine Learning training, preparing them to think of new ways to solve local and global challenges. The former cohorts demonstrated the potential for foundational AI and Machine Learning research and are working to enrich the machine intelligence ecosystem on the continent. We look forward to accepting new applications for the program,” said Professor Moustapha Cissé, Director of the AMMI Program at AIMS and Head of the Google AI lab in Ghana.

The incoming cohort of AMMI, supported by Facebook and Google, is based at the AIMS Senegal campus in Mbour, is set to kick off in January 2022. After the approximately one-year intensive program, graduates are encouraged to pursue doctorate studies or join the best industrial and public R&D labs in Africa and beyond. The AMMI program is an English-taught program.

To apply, students must have a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics, Computer science, be interested in artificial intelligence/machine learning, and have demonstrated leadership skills and a Pan-African attitude.

Visit aimsammi.org for more details and apply before the deadline.

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