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Making Better Decisions by Humans and AI

E&C-ENG 150

This course covers decision making under uncertainty, focusing on topics such as evolutionary psychology, human biases, probabilistic thinking, risk taking, artificial intelligence, AI biases and algorithmic oppression. The skills learned in this class can aide students in decision making at both personal and societal levels. They can help students recognize cognitive and algorithmic biases and comprehend the social implications of these biases. Examples from everyday decisions, business/finance, economics/policy making, sports, and AI decision making are discussed. (Gen. Ed. SB, DU)
Course Details

Summer 2024

Open

Univ+ Class with Moodle
May 21, 2024 - Jul 3, 2024
Hossein Pishro-Nik
01
26052
4
DU
SB
Base Cost: $2,200 ($550/credit)
Term Fee: $85
Start date: May 21, 2024
End date: Jul 03, 2024
Last day to add: May 28, 2024
Last day to drop: May 28, 2024
Last day to withdraw: Jun 14, 2024