International Diploma in Artificial Intelligence (AIDM, Machine Learning with No Code, Mind-Cloning, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) & Natural Language Generation (NLG) )

This incredible international diploma certified course covers these high-end topics that anyone can learn:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Digital Marketing:

For business operations and practice the use of artificial intelligence has become a necessary ritual for transformation into the 21st century. 47% of digitally mature companies— those with advanced digital strategies— already have an established AI plan and 84% of managers believe that their businesses will achieve a competitive advantage through the implementation of AI.

Digital marketing’s widespread reach in 2020 shows how important this technology is in today’s digital landscape. We’ve reviewed the impact of artificial intelligence in digital marketing in this course and show you how to leverage AI’s power for your own marketing strategy.

Digital Marketing Artificial Intelligence (AIDM) Affects Artificial intelligence is disrupting hundreds of industries. Artificial intelligence changes the way brands do business, from finance to technology and retail. For digital marketers, the way they connect brands to their audiences is changing.

Machines and computer systems function like humans with tasks such as speech, visual perception, comprehension, and decision-making that all human intelligence previously required. Artificial intelligence can now carry out these activities independently. Nonetheless, 40% of digital transformation companies will use artificial intelligence by the end of this year, and by 2025, the AI industry will rise to 190 billion dollars. These are just a few AI projections for 2019 and this technological revolution will certainly provide a more optimistic impetus.

You will learn how to create:

  • Websites at great speed without code
  • App-Creation (Any kind of app can be created)
  • 100’s of videos in minutes can be made
  • Beautiful Graphic Posts can be designed
  • Automated SEO (Search Engine Optimisation)
  • Automated SEM (Search Engine Marketing)
  • Automated Social Media Optimisation (SMO) with virtual robotic tools etc.

Machine Learning (No Coding):

The second part of this course covers Machine Learning, the ultimate technology course in 2020 that most of FirstLookAi students are awaiting. In this second part, you will learn about the tools that can be used for creating an alternating operating system, a virtual operating system, running a voice on your PC, using the virtual voice-assistant Artificial Intelligence for your PC and installing android / IOS on your PC and Mac-for the first time in the world. This course portion offers the most useful tool for non-coders, it is one of the best tools of this course. You can write lakhs of code lines in minutes with the most effective upcoming method. We refer to it as “TOOL OF THE YEAR.”

You will also learn how to quickly and easily translate concept into code. In this course, bonus resources are also available. We took a lot of time and energy to study these devices, and we only send you the best and the most reliable. The use of artificial intelligence is used in every tool to help the things to be done as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Learn how to create a branded application without technical effort. Learn how to create your own Alexa-based voice-based assistant Learn how to convert concept to code in 5 minutes

Web developers who want to build a operating system without code marketing enthusiasts who want to learn and achieve new things in their careers Programmer, who like to test the potential of Artificial Intelligence newbies to establish a startup training company and educate people with new ideas, who want to create a new system without code marketing enthusiasts.

Mind-Cloning:

Legend “Srinidhi Ranganathan” wants you to live forever.

It isn’t a shock to find that few people spend a lot of time worrying about death in an industry that skews as young as technology. It is after all a world in which twenty-one-year-old are already on a second project, twenty-five billionaires and even Steve Jobs were once worried that people older than thirty could do anything of lasting value.

Thus, the idea of growing old and dying is the farthest thing from their minds for most people in the Silicon Valley. As a former Romanian nurse, Ursache thinks more of death than most men. He even transformed it into a job. A start-up company, a creator and founder, he spends his days working towards the dream of artificially building intelligent 3-d avatar: digital beings that look, sound and, above all, act like people who are nowhere near us. The trip started a few years ago when Ursache became intrigued by the Second Life app, a massive online virtual world developed by Linden Labs, a developer based in San Francisco. While Second Life is like a computer game, in a crucial sense it differs. Instead of setting goals and producing stories, Second Life players refer to them as “residents” of the game, and participate as they like, whether that means running a shop or hanging out with friends.

“One day, I began to wonder what happens to the character in the game after they die,” says Ursache. Was there, he thought, a sort of Second Life purgatory in which abandoned avatars were living, long after their human operators died, in a zombie-like state? What if you wanted to communicate with these avatars?

He began to think more and more about the idea. He tried to develop the programming logistics of an artificial agent who could convincingly mimic the actions of his human counterpart. He was thinking of the kind of code he wanted for an avatar to learn to shift the way his human player once walked, to speak the way he spoke once, and to shape and follow the kind of goals they may have accomplished and followed. And like any entrepreneur, he tried to think about a way to make it a real product and it became so now.

So, think, of this. Can you live as a digital avatar forever? So, people can actually communicate with your thoughts, stories so ideas in the future, almost as if talking to you? We teach you a mind-cloning tool that captures, curates and generates an intelligent avatar like you that gathers your thoughts, stories and memories. The avatar will live forever, and will allow other people to access your memories in future. “There is currently no technology to allow us to” Skype with dead men”.

“Technology is not decades away,” even Legend Srinidhi said. “The creation of lifelike avatars is an iterative process. Think of it like the search results; as the time goes by, they will get better and better.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA):

In RPA Class, you will master key concepts when you use AI tools to design the RPA solution, automate images and text, develop RPA bots, manage data handling, and construct a solution using the REFramework using real-life case studies. Physical robots are rapidly replacing manufacturing, blue-collar jobs, software robots are replacing a high proportion of white-collar jobs… as soon as you think. The most likely way to adapt and succeed in this new era is to learn how software robots are built and maintained.

In this part teaching topic, we will give you a clear overview of process robotics automation including: robotic process automation history & drivers Benefits, challenges and risks in robotic process automation industries & applications where RPA fits the best An overview of current robotic process automating tools & capabilities A robotic robot demo Basic software implementation plan.

Natural Language Generation (NLG):

This incredible part at the end covers NLG course gives an introduction to the theory and practice of natural language analytical approaches. The training course portions cover common approaches for the selection and organization of content, sentence planning and implementation. This covers both symbolic generation methods and more modern statistical and training techniques. It also offers an understanding of assessment approaches used in this area, an overview of key aspects of the development of human language, an explanation of the techniques and tools used for designing functional systems that can interact with users, and the insight into open research problems in natural-language applications, e.g. description, paraphrase, dialog and multi-modal discourse.

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