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    I know that the 2 universities are decently good for the course I have chosen but still I have no clue which one to firm. I am very interested in AI and new technologies, but I don't know which one has better AI courses. I would also like to choose the university whose courses are more practical, not based only on theory. Can you give me a clue about that ? I would also like to know which one is more math based, because I would like to avoid that.

    Both of the courses are MEng, and I know that Southampton offers a year in industry with this course, but I have no idea about Bristol.

    Thank you in advance
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    I don't know about those courses in particular but you can't do AI and avoid maths. AI/ML is based heavily on statistics and maths so if you don't enjoy maths, you probably won't enjoy those. Bristol is generally more 'reputed' but both are strong unis.
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    (Original post by TVIO)
    I don't know about those courses in particular but you can't do AI and avoid maths. AI/ML is based heavily on statistics and maths so if you don't enjoy maths, you probably won't enjoy those. Bristol is generally more 'reputed' but both are strong unis.
    I understand that, and I enjoy math. I just don't want to study more math than it's required.

    Thank you
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