Senior Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Studies Yan Huang and Department of Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Mark Albert were recently interviewed by CBS about the new M.S. in Artificial Intelligence. Ph.D. students from Albert's and Qing Yang's labs demonstrated projects they were working on in autonomous systems, machine learning and biomedical engineering, all three of which are concentrations offered in the new program.
Huang also spoke with KRLD about the program and the growing opportunities in the field. The UNT Engineering M.S. in artificial intelligence program is the only standalone program in Texas and one of few in the nation.