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BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial IntelligenceSyllabusV1.0BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 1 of 16

Change HistoryThis log provides a single point of reference, where a summary of any changes is recorded,to include the date of the amendment and a summary of the changes made.VersionNumberVersion 1.0February 2019Version 0.6January 2019Changes MadeSigned off; made liveReading list updatedVersion 0.5December 2018Added additional LOs: 2.4, 2.5, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5Version 0.4October 2018BCS Formatted syllabus created.BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 2 of 16

ContentsChange History . 2Introduction . 4Levels of Knowledge / SFIA Levels . 4Learning Outcomes . 4Target Audience. 5Course Format and Duration . 5Examination Format and Duration . 6Eligibility for the Examination . 6Additional Time . 6Guidelines for Accredited Training Organisations. 7Syllabus . 8Learning Objectives . 81 Artificial and Human Intelligence: an Introduction and History (25%). 82 Examples of AI: Benefits, Challenges and Risks (30%) . 83 An introduction to Machine Learning (35%). 84 The Future of Artificial Intelligence – Human and Machine Together (10%) . 9Exam Weighting . 9Recommended Reading List . 10Abbreviations . 12Glossary of Terms. 12BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 3 of 16

IntroductionArtificial Intelligence (AI) is a methodology for using a non-human system to learn fromexperience and imitate human intelligent behaviour. The BCS Essentials Certificate in ArtificialIntelligence tests a candidate’s knowledge and understanding of the terminology and thegeneral principles. This syllabus covers the potential benefits; types of Artificial Intelligence;the basic process of Machine Learning (ML); the challenges and risks associated with an AIproject, and the future of AI and Humans in work.Levels of Knowledge / SFIA LevelsThis syllabus will provide candidates with the levels of difficulty highlighted within the followingtable, also enabling them to develop the skills to operate at the highlighted level ofresponsibility (as defined within the SFIA framework) within their workplace. The levels ofknowledge and SFIA levels are further explained on the website.Level7654321Levels of KnowledgeLevels of Skill and Responsibility mberSet strategy, inspire and mobiliseInitiate and influenceEnsure and adviseEnableApplyAssistFollowLearning OutcomesCandidates should be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of generalconcepts in the following areas:1. Human and Artificial Intelligence;2. The Machine Learning process;3. The benefits, challenges and risks of a Machine Learning project;4. The future of humans and machines in Work.BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 4 of 16

Target AudienceThe Artificial Intelligence Essentials certificate is focussed on individuals with an interest in,(or need to implement) AI in an organisation, especially those working in areas such asscience, engineering, knowledge engineering, finance, or IT services.The following roles could be interested: Engineers Scientists Professional research managers Chief technical officers Chief information officers Organisational change practitioners and managers Business change practitioners and managers Service architects and managers Program and planning managers Service provider portfolio strategists / leads Process architects and managers Business strategists and consultants Web page developersCourse Format and DurationCandidates can choose to study for this certificate from one of two ways: by either attendinga training course provided by a BCS Accredited Training Organisation, or by self-study.BCS recommends that for full coverage of the syllabus to be achieved, training coursesleading to the certificate should normally run for a minimum 6 hours over 1 day.Candidates should spend about 40 hours on self-study with no prior knowledge.BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 5 of 16

Examination Format and DurationType20 Multiple choice questionsDuration30 MinutesSupervisedYesOpen BookNoPass Mark13/20Calculators No calculators nor mobile technology is permittedDeliveryPaper based examinationEligibility for the ExaminationThere are no specific pre-requisites for the entry to the examination, although a goodknowledge of computers and a basic understanding of data using computers (e.g.spreadsheets) is highly recommended.Additional TimeFor Candidates Requiring Reasonable Adjustments Due to a DisabilityPlease refer to the reasonable adjustments policy for information on how and when to apply.For Candidates Whose Language is Not the Language of the ExaminationIf the examination is taken in a language that is not the candidate’s native/official language,then they are entitled to: 25% extra time.Use their own paper language dictionary (whose purpose is translation between theexamination language and another national language) during the examination.Electronic versions of dictionaries will not be allowed into the examination room.BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 6 of 16

Guidelines for Accredited Training OrganisationsEach major subject heading in this syllabus is assigned an allocated percentage of study time.The purpose of this is:1) Guidance on the proportion of time allocated to each section of an accredited course.2) Guidance on the proportion of questions in the exam.Courses do not have to follow the same order as the syllabus and additional exercises maybe included, if they add value to the training course.Trainer CriteriaThe following criterion apply: Hold a Foundation Certificate;Have 3 years’ experience in related subject (including, but not limited to: data science,high performance computing, scientific computing, data analytics, statistics,mathematics);Have taught courses professionally.Classroom SizeTrainers may instruct up to 15 candidates.Invigilator to Candidate Ratio During ExaminationUp to 25 candidates per invigilator.BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 7 of 16

SyllabusLearning Objectives1.Artificial and Human Intelligence: An Introduction and History (25%)Candidates will be able to:1.1Recall the general definition of human and Artificial Intelligence (AI);1.2Describe ‘learning from experience’ and how it relates to Machine Learning (ML) (TomMitchell’s explicit definition);1.3Understand that ML is a significant contribution to the growth of Artificial Intelligence;1.4Describe how AI is part of ‘Universal Design,’ and ‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution’.2.Examples of AI: Benefits, Challenges and Risks (30%)Candidates will be able to:2.1Explain the benefits of Artificial Intelligence, and2.1.1 list advantages of machine and human and machine systems;2.2Describe the challenges of Artificial Intelligence, and give:2.2.1 general examples of the limitations of AI compared to human systems,2.2.2 general ethical challenges AI raises.2.3Demonstrate understanding of the risks of Artificial Intelligence, and2.3.1 give at least one a general example of the risks of AI;2.4Identify a typical funding source for AI projects;2.5List opportunities for AI.3.An introduction to Machine Learning (35%)3.1Candidates will be able to:Demonstrate understanding of the AI intelligent agent description, and:3.1.1 identify the differences with Machine Learning (ML), and:3.1.2 list the four rational agent dependencies,3.1.3 describe agents in terms of performance measure, environment, actuators andsensors,BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 8 of 16

3.1.4 describe four types of agent: reflex, model-based reflex, goal-based and utilitybased.3.2Give typical examples of Machine Learning in the following contexts:3.2.1 business,3.2.2 social (media, entertainment),3.3.3 science.3.3Recall which typical, narrow AI capability is useful in ML and AI agents’ functionality;3.4Describe and give examples of the following forms of ML:3.4.1 supervised,3.4.2 unsupervised,3.4.3 reinforcement.3.5 Describe the basic schematic of a neutral network.4.The Future of Artificial Intelligence – Human and Machine Together (10%)Candidates will be able to:4.1Demonstrate an understanding that Artificial Intelligence (in particular, MachineLearning) will drive humans and machines to work together;4.2List future directions of humans and machines working together.Exam WeightingSyllabus AreaTarget Number of QuestionsArtificial and Human Intelligence: AnIntroduction and History25% - 5 Questions – K1Examples of AI - Benefits, Challenges andRisks30% - 6 Questions – K2An introduction to Machine Learning35% - 7 Questions – K1The Future of Artificial Intelligence – Humanand Machine Together10% - 2 Questions – K1BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 9 of 16

Recommended Reading ListArtificial Intelligence and ConsciousnessTitle Artificial Intelligence, A Modern Approach, 3rd EditionAuthor Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig,Publication Date2016,ISBN 10 1292153962Title The Cambridge Handbook of Artificial Intelligence,Author Keith Frankish and William RamseyPublication Date 2014ISBN 978-0-521-69191-8Title The Conscious MindAuthor David ChalmersPublication Date 1996ISBN 978-0-19-511789-9Title Life 3.0Author Max TegmarkPublisher Penguin BooksPublication Date 2017ISBN 978-0-141-98180-2Machine LearningTitle Machine LearningAuthor Tom Mitchell,Publisher McGraw-HillPublication Date 1997,ISBN 0071154671.Title Machine Learning For Absolute Beginners: A Plain English Introduction (2nd Edition),Author Oliver Theobald,Publication Date 2017ISBN 1549617214.High Level / Management Consultant View of Machine LearningTitle The Fourth Industrial RevolutionAuthor Klaus SchwabPublisher Penguin Random HousePublication Date 2016ISBN 978-0-241-30075-6BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 10 of 16

Title Human Machine - Reimagining Work in the Age of AIAuthor Paul R. Daugherty and H. James WilsonPublisher Harvard Business Review PressPublication Date 2018ISBN 1633693869.High Level / Research and Political View of Machine jects/machine-learning/Professional Development of Machine Learning Algorithms and PlanningTitle Hands-On Machine Learning with -Learn and TensorFlow: Concepts, Tools, andTechniques to Build Intelligent SystemsAuthor Aurélien GéronPublisher O’ReillyPublication Date 2017ISBN 1491962291.Title Machine Learning – A Probabilistic PerspectiveAuthor Kevin P. MurphyPublisher MITPublication Date 2012ISBN-10 0262018020Additional Reading:Title The Singularity is NearAuthor Ray KurzweilPublisher Duckworth OverlookPublication Date 2005ISBN 978-0715635612Title The Mythical Man MonthAuthor Frederick P. Brooks, JR.,Publisher Addison WesleyPublication Date 1995ISBN 0-201-83595-9Title Artificial Intelligence: 101 Things You Must Know Today About Our FutureAuthor Lasse RouhiainenPublisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing PlatformPublication Date 2018ISBN 1982048808.BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018Page 11 of 16

NAGICPUGPURPACARTITIQEQMeaningArtificial IntelligenceInternet of ThingsArtificial Neural NetworkNeural NetworkConvolution Neural NetworkMachine LearningOptical Character RecognitionNatural Language ProcessingDeep LearningDeep Neural NetworksArtificial General IntelligentCentral Processing UnitGraphical Processing UnitRobotic Process AutomationClassification and Regression TreesInformation TechnologyIntelligence QuotientEmotional QuotientGlossary of TermsTermActivation FunctionAgent ModellingDescription or DefinitionThe activation function defines the output of a node given an inputor set of inputs.An intelligent agent (IA) is autonomous, observes through sensorsand acts on its environment using actuators.AlgorithmAn algorithm is an unambi

BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Syllabus V1.0 BCS 2018 Page 10 of 16 Recommended Reading List Artificial Intelligence and Consciousness Title Artificial Intelligence, A Modern Approach, 3rd Edition Author Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig, Publication Date 2016, ISBN 10 1292153962

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