By Alex SinkmanThe Columbia University graduate program in mathematics is offering a new online degree called the Saxon Advanced Mathematics Degree, a new version of its Saxonic Program in Mathematics.
The program is offered in three areas: computational complexity, artificial intelligence, and information processing.
The Saxons program, which is in its second year, will focus on the intersection of computational complexity and artificial intelligence.
The Saxonian is a set of computational rules, concepts, and tools that is used to simulate the behavior of biological and social systems.
This allows mathematicians to model the processes of information processing and to predict the behavior and evolution of organisms.
“It’s a very new field of research and a very exciting area of study.
We’re trying to bring mathematicians together to think about how these new systems are going to change our understanding of how we think about ourselves, the world, and what we want to learn about,” Columbia graduate student Anastasia Stoklai said in a statement.
The new program will be offered online for two years and will be available through the end of 2019.
It will be funded by the National Science Foundation and the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
According to the Columbia website, the program will focus “on applying the tools of artificial intelligence to a broad range of mathematical problems, from computational complexity to artificial intelligence.”
It is one of the first degrees offered online by Columbia and is a first for a major university.
Previously, Columbia offered a bachelor’s degree in mathematics in 2014.