25 October 2018 Department of Computer Science , Faculty , News Media

NUS has partnered SkillsFuture Singapore to develop artificial intelligence (AI)-based tools to help Singaporean working adults identify courses that support their career goals. These efforts dovetail with similar projects, such as the NUS career+ app recently co-developed by NUS Computing. “Recent advances in AI are well suited to the challenges of course recommendation and career guidance,” said NUS Computing Associate Professor Min-Yen Kan. “Using methodologies like collaborative filtering and natural language analysis, we are optimistic that our research will support the creation of impactful technologies.”

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