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King Khan 11 days ago

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King KhanLast Seen: 5 days 5 hours agoJoined on: 29-Apr-2019Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: Class 12

Is it good to study b.tech CSE or CSE with specialisation in artificial intelligence and machine learning

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Vijay Kumar 11 days ago

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Vijay KumarLast Seen: 1 week 2 days agoJoined on: 28-Jun-2019Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation

Hi aspirant 

thanks for asking your query ,courses choice is a personal thinking because you would definitely choose those course with which you are comfortable, but as per my choice you should go with cse because future scope in it is very good you have job oppurtunities.

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Aquil Uzzama

Aquil Uzzama 11 days ago

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Aquil UzzamaLast Seen: 22 hours 30 min agoJoined on: 03-Apr-2016Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation

Hi there Aspirant. Hope you're doing well. 

According to your question, I assume that you are interested in either of the two streams and you have chosen two very great streams according to your interest because these are two streams which is going to be an integral part of the development process of the world. In this you'll learn how machines and robots are given emotions and develop brain signals to work like we do. 


Hope this helps. Thank you. 

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Athira James

Athira James 11 days ago

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Athira JamesLast Seen: 1 min 50 sec agoJoined on: 30-Mar-2017Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation

Hi,

The answer to your question depends on your interests and ambition. If you want to specialise in Robotics and are also sure of working in the artificial intelligence industry, you will be more satisfied with your course since the subjects would mostly be relevant to your interests. However, a general CSE is no bad and makes you eligible for jobs in all kinds of software companies. It would involve all aspects of software rather than focussing on one. It is the field with maximum scope. Also, many colleges also allow you to choose specialisations later as the course progresses.

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