Computer science can be described as the study of computers, encompassing computational theory, hardware and software design, algorithms, and how humans interact with technology. Generally speaking, it is about using technology to make things work and figuring out new and better ways to do so.
Computer science is concerned with the creation and testing of software and software systems, working with mathematical models, data analysis and security, algorithms, and computational theory. All in all, computer scientists define the computational principles on which all software is built. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, and everything else we are here for are all branches of computer science.
Machine Learning (ML)
Machine Learning refers to a group of computer algorithms that can learn from examples and improve themselves without being explicitly coded by a human.
Computer Vision (CV)
Computer vision (CV) is a type of artificial intelligence that uses deep learning to analyze visual data for its further application.
Cognitive Computing is a blend of cognitive science and computer science, where machines simulate and enhance human thought processes.