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Computational Intelligence (CI) refers to the strategies and procedures utilised to solve issues that standard computer approaches fail to solve. Fuzzy logic, neural networks, CI optimization, and knowledge-based systems are four topics that comprise most of what is termed computational (or artificial) intelligence. Depending on their interests, students can also use what they learn in fields such as robot control and game creation. Students can select from a choice of specialised courses, such as natural language processing, artificial neural networks, and data mining techniques while honing their abilities in our dedicated robotics laboratory, which is outfitted with a variety of mobile robots. The applied computational intelligence curriculum focuses on knowledge-based systems, as well as the historical, philosophical, and future implications of AI. Modules include work based on the Institute of Artificial Intelligence Research (IAI). Its work focuses on the application of fuzzy logic, artificial neural networks, evolutionary computing, mobile robots, and biomedical informatics, giving theoretically sound answers to real-world decision-making and prediction challenges. Previous students have collaborated on publications with their IAI project supervisors and gone on to pursue PhD degrees.