• JHU Engineering Magazine has reported our Human-Centered AI concept and course projects. Read here
  • • CS 486/686 is offered in Spring 2020 for the first time!


Q: Where do I find information on "xyz"?
A: Please refer to the syllabus, very likely you will find information there. If it's not in the syllabus, then please reach out to the course staff.
Q: How should I best reach out to the course staff?
A: Almost all questions should be asked on Piazza (consider using Piazza's search functionality to check whetehr a similar question has been answered before). If you deem Piazza inappropriate (e.g. for sensitive issues) you can email the instructors directly.
Q: I was not able to enroll for the class. Can I sit in?
A: Since most of the lectures are designed around student project updates, we do not generally allow sit-ins. It is, however, fine to sit in the first 4 lectures delivered by the instructor provided that there is enough space.

Course Staff

2020 Spring Staff

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What students say ...

Quotes from the Spring 2020 evaluation

This course is among the top two courses I've taken at Hopkins, in my opinion. As a pair, Deep Learning and AISD courses present an invaluable experience that no other course compared to.

Fantastic instruction from both professor and TAs. Hopkins really needed a class like this!

The amount of reports required for each submitted homework roughly matched the amount of written code, which is unusual for CS software classes.