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In the last decade, we have seen a surge of intelligence being used in information engineering for a wide range of domains, such as smart cities, advanced manufacturing, automatic driving, 5G and Internet of things, virtual reality and augmented reality.

The major in Intelligent Information Engineering builds on foundations in mathematics, electrical engineering and computer and software engineering principles. It focuses on teaching students the latest technologies in information engineering such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), video and speech recognition, multimedia and sensory signal processing.

Graduate opportunities

Graduates will be equipped with knowledge of advanced technologies, such as AI, deep learning, information/signal processing and embedded systems. 

You will be prepared for a career in a wide-range of engineering domains, as well as with multi-national IT and tech companies, who are actively looking for talent in such areas.

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