Collin College to host info session for new generative artificial intelligence course

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The class begins on Jan. 23 after an informational session on Jan. 17 at the Collin College Courtyard Center.

Collin College Continuing Education (CE) announced a new course today titled “Generative AI (Artificial Intelligence) for the Rest of Us.”

The course is a part of CE’s data science certificate series designed for business leaders and non-technical professionals interested in generative AI basics and its ethical implications, according to Collin College.

An information session for the course, held on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m., will take place at the Collin College Courtyard Center located at 4800 Preston Park Blvd. During the session, participants will have an opportunity to speak with course instructors to learn more about the course and future courses.

The first course will be taught by Yeshwant Muthusamy, a CE instructor, owner and principal consultant of Yeshvik Solutions, LLC.

“The course provides the tools and knowledge to navigate the digital transformation driven by AI technologies like ChatGPT,” Muthusamy said. “This course has no programming or technical prerequisites – it is appropriate for anyone interested in learning more about Generative AI.”

The Collin College Courtyard Center holds a variety of courses taught by industry experts on a noncredit basis. Those interested can find more information on CE courses online. The generative AI course begins on Jan. 23. Other courses are available in automotive service and repair, construction project management, data science, digital marketing, project management, professional truck driving, web design and development, graphic design, photography, accounting clerk, nonprofit work and other topics.

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