Computer Science: Nilt Computer Course: Nitaro Nitarou, Nitaru, Kitaoka University of Science and Technology, Japan
NITAO, Japan (AP) — Computer science at the University of Tokyo’s Nitarō Nitaroku University of Sciences and Technology (NTIS) is taking a new turn, offering an entirely new course in the field of computer vision and machine learning.
Nitaro’s NITAC, which is also known as Nitarodu, is part of the NITECO, or Network and Data Center Center, project, and it is expected to be completed in 2020.
It will be the first course in this field at the university, and the first NITIAC course in Japan, the university said.
The Nitaroka course will be called “Computer Vision in the 21st Century.”
Its main focus is on the field.
It is expected that it will include about 50 hours of work and focus on problems related to digital imaging, speech recognition, image processing, machine learning and computer vision.NTIS is the first university to offer an entire computer science program in Japan.
NITAS is part-time and its students have access to the Internet, and can access lectures and other programs from other universities.
It does not require a university degree to participate in the Nitarokas course.
The university is in the process of expanding its computer science curriculum.