Computer-science departments across US universities do not have enough lecturers to teach increasing numbers of students interested in AI, a report from the Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) this month suggested.
Interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence has risen and fallen since the field was formally founded in the 1950s. Neural networks have made a comeback in recent years, exploding in popularity with deep learning. Demand for machine-learning courses at universities has skyrocketed, we’re told, and there aren’t enough lecturers to support students’ interest.
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