This course aims to empower the students by providing an environment for self-initiative and freedom of topic choice, and promote cross-learning. It is unrealistic and unnecessary to learn everything concerning computing. The course is composed of three parts:
- Basic computing and AI concepts;
- Computing and AI applications on various disciplines, and how these technologies extend knowledge and solve problems;
Applications in education, finance and banking, commerce, health, legal, games, social and leisure, and engineering etc.
About four students will form a discussion panel. They will present their group project summaries of a selected topic. The students in the audience will serve as adjudicators, and will fire questions for discussion, with the lecturer serving as the modulator.