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BCS Essentials in Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a methodology for using a non-human system to learn from experience and imitate human intelligent behaviour. The BCS Essentials Certificate in Artificial Intelligence tests a candidate’s knowledge and understanding of the terminology and the general 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 AI project, and the future of AI and Humans in work.

After successfully completing the course and passing the exam, candidates should be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge and understanding of general concepts in the following areas:


• Human and Artificial Intelligence
• The Machine Learning process
• The benefits, challenges and risks of a Machine Learning project
• The future of humans and machines in Work.

Who is it for?

• Individuals with an interest in (or a need to implement) AI in an organisation, especially those working in areas such as science, engineering, knowledge engineering, finance, or IT services.
• Middle and senior managers running or assembling teams to create AI dependent applications and services, that need to understand the context of AI in an industrial setting.

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Pre-Requisites

There are no entry requirements for this certification.

Note that it is recommended that you attend an accredited training course run by an accredited training provider, as the overall exam pass rates are notably higher for candidates attending such courses.

Course Content

Candidates will learn the general concepts in the following areas:

  • Human and Artificial Intelligence
  • The Machine Learning process
  • The benefits, challenges and risks of a Machine Learning project
  • The future of humans and machines in Work

Exams & Certification

The exam will be held on the last day of the course in the afternoon.

  • 20 multiple choice questions that consist of a list of possible answers
  • Duration of 30 minutes
  • A candidate must score at least 65% to pass (13/20)

If 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 the examination language and another national language) during the examination. Electronic versions of dictionaries will not be allowed into the examination room.

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