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    Hi all,,,
    i want to know about two choices of courses .i know its off topic here but i think if anyone has suggestions then please do comment me.
    The choice is between Artificial Intelligence course and Python.
    Which should i go for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeedi khan View Post
    Hi all,,,
    i want to know about two choices of courses .i know its off topic here but i think if anyone has suggestions then please do comment me.
    The choice is between Artificial Intelligence course and Python.
    Which should i go for?
    Maybe this will help you make your decision:
    AI is way more interesting than Python. However, the Python course is going to be way more exhaustive and beneficial in practice than the AI course will be.
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    Maybe they will teach natural language processing using Python so you can kill two birds with one stone

    Anyway, I think that once you are able to use one programming language with some reasonable level of competency, programming languages become tools to acquire along the way as you need them. It would probably be more useful to get a taste of AI in the structured environment of a course than it would be to learn Python that way. Of course, I am assuming that you're actually pretty interested in both to be considering them, rather than merely choosing between courses that you have to do because at least one is required for graduation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Maybe they will teach natural language processing using Python so you can kill two birds with one stone

    Anyway, I think that once you are able to use one programming language with some reasonable level of competency, programming languages become tools to acquire along the way as you need them. It would probably be more useful to get a taste of AI in the structured environment of a course than it would be to learn Python that way. Of course, I am assuming that you're actually pretty interested in both to be considering them, rather than merely choosing between courses that you have to do because at least one is required for graduation.
    ACTUALLY they are both technical elective and one has to be chosen among them ....REALLY i am interested in BOTH....but at the time being for graduation degree i can take one only.
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    As Far they are BOTH new to me,and many people suggested me to go for AI, and AI seems to be interested,,
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