How To Specialize in Artificial Intelligence

Earning TROY’s Master’s degree in Computer Science is one of the most effective ways to enter the AI field.

Earning TROY’s Master’s degree in Computer Science is one of the most effective ways to enter the AI field.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the way we work — and live. From helping us solve social challenges and improving business outcomes to boosting our productivity and enhancing our creativity, the possibilities and potential of AI seem endless. 

But while recent innovations have brought AI into the spotlight, the artificial intelligence field is not new,…

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How To Become A Video Game Designer

With your TROY master’s degree in computer science, you’ll be able to design, prototype, code and test games, along with a host of other abilities.

With your TROY master’s degree in computer science, you’ll be able to design, prototype, code and test games, along with a host of other abilities.

If you’re looking for an artistic, challenging and varied career involving computer science, put video game design at the top of your list. Video game designers use computer programming and software tools along with art and storytelling to create immersive worlds and storylines for game players.

With an estimated 3.24 billion gamers across the globe,…

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Troy University students compete in 24-hour Hackathon competition

The project goal was to improve different areas in healthcare.

The project goal was to improve different areas in healthcare.

Troy University’s Department of Computer Science hosted a 24-hour Hackathon, a thrilling event with the goal of tackling real-world challenges that began Saturday morning and ended Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Twelve teams participated in this year’s event.

Dr. Suman Kumar, associate professor and director of the Department of Computer Science, said while it’s called a…

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TROY team competes at Intercollegiate Collegiate Programming Contest’s North America Championship

The team competes in up to four contests each year in the hopes of getting to the World Finals.

The team competes in up to four contests each year in the hopes of getting to the World Finals.

A group of Troy University computer science students put their problem-solving skills on display when they competed at the Intercollegiate Collegiate Programming Contest’s North America Championship (NAC) at the University of Central Florida from May 26-31.

Yongchen Zhou and Keyang Li, both seniors from Changzhou, Jiangsu, China, and Jinbo Liu, a senior from Xuzhou, Jinagsu,…

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