Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is Prof. Filippo Gazzola at Politecnico di Milano
The "AI Foundations: Logic in Mathematics" course is an in-depth exploration of the fundamental role of logic in artificial intelligence. This course is designed to equip learners with a comprehensive understanding of how mathematical logic forms the backbone of AI systems. Covering a range of topics, it begins with an introduction to logic's significance in AI, delving into propositional and predicate logic, truth tables, and quantifiers. As the course progresses, it navigates through advanced areas such as fuzzy logic, modal logic, and non-monotonic reasoning, while also discussing the practical applications of logic in AI, including reasoning, decision-making, and ethical considerations. The curriculum encompasses a diverse range of topics, including set theory, inference mechanisms, Prolog programming, probabilistic logic, and the integration of logic in machine learning and autonomous systems. The course culminates in a synthesis of these concepts, encouraging students to apply their knowledge through real-world case studies and final projects, emphasizing the significant role logic plays in the development and ethical deployment of artificial intelligence.
At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the eductor indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.
AI Foundations: Logic in Mathematics, by Filippo Gazzola
Filippo Gazzola is a distinguished educator in the field of mathematics, specializing in the application of mathematical theories to real-world engineering challenges. As a Full Professor of Mathematical Analysis at Politecnico di Milano, his extensive teaching experience spans over two decades. Gazzola's expertise in Optimization and Differential Equations has been recognized through numerous accolades and awards, including the Teaching Award from Università Bocconi.
He is an accomplished author of several publications and books that delve into the mathematical models and stability analysis of structures, particularly focusing on suspension bridges. Gazzola's research contributions, notably in nonlinear equations for beams and degenerate plates with piers, provide a comprehensive understanding of the stability of such structures. His work not only caters to mathematicians and engineers but also contributes to addressing real-life engineering challenges.
Aside from his academic roles, Gazzola has served as a Visiting Professor at various esteemed institutions globally, including Université libre de Bruxelles, where he imparts his knowledge and expertise in mathematics. His dedication to education and his notable contributions to the field of mathematics make him an influential figure in academia.