Your career in artificial intelligence
AI skills are in demand throughout the world
Global AI market will reach US$152.9B by 2023, a 29% compound annual growth rate1
Globally, the skills gap in the field of AI is 66%1
- 1,006,945 open AI job opportunities by 20211
- 74% annual growth seen in AI roles — one of the top 15 jobs in the world2
- Australia ranks in the top 5 countries for salary in AI roles3
- Australia’s 2021–22 budget includes A$124.1M to develop AI4
Gain the most in-demand skills in the world and step into the fast-paced, high-paying careers artificial intelligence offers. With the experience and skills you gain in the online Master of Artificial Intelligence at La Trobe, you can expect to earn higher-than-average salaries compared to other IT roles2 and go to work anywhere in the world.
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Salary for AI Skills A$111,000 In Australia, those in the technology field earn a premium for having AI engineering skills such as natural language processing, vision and human/computer interaction, virtual and augmented realities and the ability to exploit and explore large data sets.5
Data scientist with NLP skills A$98,264 Data scientists who can create and use natural language processing skills in their careers earn about six per cent more than the average data scientist. The top 10% of data scientists with NLP skills earn A$148,000.6-7
Innovation drives demand for AI
Businesses are scrambling to catch up and get ahead in the digital revolution. They’re turning to AI professionals for efficiencies, for the answers they can find in Big Data, and the innovative technologies that take them to the next level. Add to this landscape a wide adoption of face and image recognition technology and governments’ focus on initiatives such as Smart Cities. You have a wide range of careers in artificial intelligence that you can pursue.1
Top five uses of AI:3
- Predictive maintenance
- Quality inspection and assurance
- Manufacturing process optimisation
- Supply chain optimisation
- AI-driven cybersecurity and privacy
When you graduate from La Trobe’s online Master of Artificial Intelligence course, you’re ready to step into AI roles with the confidence only someone with experience can have. Learn how to:
Choose an industry-focused specialisation
Companies throughout the world depend more and more on automation to drive efficiency and stay ahead of their competitors.
The online Master of Artificial Intelligence allows you to choose a coursework specialisation aligned with the most in-demand skills employers looking for.
You’ll graduate with deeper knowledge and greater experiences to pave a smooth career path. These experiences will expand your job prospects after graduation and make you a top candidate for the career you want.
- Interactive Media and Computer Vision
Study image retrieval and virtual and augmented realities while learning computer graphics, vision and human/computer interaction.
- Natural Language Processing
Use advanced programming skills to explore and analyse large amounts of natural language data.
Career support from La Trobe
As you get ready to advance your career, La Trobe’s career services team and alumni community are here to support you. You’ll graduate ready to put your best foot forward to secure the role you want.