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An Egyptian man who has spent the last 4 years living and working in Saudi Arabia, Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands at the center of my world in every way, intellectually, professionally, etc. Thus, I am inspired to believe that I have something of value to contribute to this area of human advancement and enrichment.  I hope to be accepted to the distinguished and rigorous MSc Program in Computer Science at XXXX University, in particular, on the basis of my solid knowledge of and great passion for AI, acquired as a result of working on several extensive software engineering projects involving AI over the course of the past 8 years. I am most keen to learn all that I can about new technologies. Since 2010, I have been serving not only as a software developer, but I have gotten to learn a great deal about enterprise application integration, as well as course management for AI and Data Science.

I am very excited about the prospect of studying in the UK where machine learning and AI are already greatly advanced, with numerous most exciting developments taking place in these areas. I have the very special dream, in particular, of collaborating with OpenAI lab, a non-profit AI research company. Nothing excites me as much as the prospect of contributing to the discovery and implementation of safe and productive uses for AI technologies in the future that enrich and safeguard our lives. I am especially excited about research being undertaken in the direction of harnessing the power and potential of AI to help the disabled to live fuller lives as a result of technological advancement. My long-term goal is to at some point serve as the head of a research lab where we develop AI technologies that serve those whose activities are somehow impaired. I feel strongly that I am an especially good fit with XXXX University since I am hoping to attend a program with a focus on machine learning and artificial intelligence. Several years ago, I started exploring the different fields of the data science stack in depth. As my passion for machine learning increased, I began to spend most of my available time studying in this area, deep learning, and reinforcement learning skills. I completed a variety of hands-on AI projects in machine translation using convolutional and recurrent networks along with image caption generation and visual attention; this included several image segmentation projects using fully convolutional networks accompanied by voice recognition. I also compete occasionally on Kaggle and have received recognition for excellence. My total of 8 years of experience in software engineering enabled me to learn many valuable things that will help me to continue to excel in AI; I became a certified Enterprise and SOA Architect, for example, before joining Udacity as a course manager for the School of Data and Artificial Intelligence.

As I became more and more involved with AI and deep learning, completing more MOOCs (Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing Nanodegrees, and Neural Networks), I became certain that I wanted to advance more in this field and take my knowledge to another level. I want to shift my career increasingly towards research and I see the dynamic atmosphere of XXXX University to be ideal for advancing my career path in AI and Software Engineering.

I thank you for considering my application to Computer Science at XXXX Liverpool University.

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There have been so many accomplishments in computer science that a list like this is truly difficult to put together. The internet, video games, social media, laptops, and smart phones — our daily lives have changed dramatically with the advent and development of technology-based products, and we wouldn’t have these things without the people who wrote the code, built the machines, and guided the evolution of those computer technologies. The following computer scientists were chosen based upon: their leadership skills, their innovations, which have directly improved the lives of large numbers of people; awards and recognition for their contributions to both technology and society; and other notable accomplishments, such as personal circumstances or educational background

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Great Accomplishments in Computer Science

.10. Elon Musk

South African-born Elon Musk is known as the business magnate, investor, and inventor responsible for founding companies like SpaceX, Tesla Motors, and SolarCity, and for his futuristic (and currently hypothetical) high-speed transportation system known as the Hyperloop.

But Musk was also the designer of PayPal, the revolutionary online program through which users can pay bills, collect fees, manage purchases, and more. Though Musk has since passed along the main responsibilities of PayPal, he now acts as the CEO and CTO, CEO, and Chairman of SpaceX, Tesla Motors, and SolarCity respectively.

9. Linus Torvalds

Finnish-born Linus Torvalds is the creator of Linux: a popular open-source operating system. Linux has been adapted into thousands of variations. Many web servers run using the system.

Torvalds, who currently acts as Linux’s project coordinator, is also the creator of the revision control system Git, and Subsurface, a diving log software.

In 2012, Torvalds was honored by the Technology Academy Finland with the Millennium Technology Prize in recognition of his creation of Linux.

8. David Axmark

Swedish-born David Axmark is one of the founders of MySQL AB and a developer of MySQL, the free database servers.

Axmark has been involved with free software since 1980, and has proven himself committed to developing a successful business model for free open-source software.

In 2010, he became the director of OrangeHRM, now the world’s most popular open-source human resource management software. In 2012, Axmark launched his newest project, the MariaDB Foundation, a community-developed, MySQL relational database management system.

7. John D. Carmack

John D. Carmack is a game software programmer. He is the co-founder of id Software, and the current lead programmer of related id Computer Games, the company behind popular games like Commander Keen, Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, and their sequels.

Carmack is best known for his innovations in 3D graphics, including “adaptive tile refresh,” “raycasting,” “binary space partitioning,” “surface caching,” “Carmack’s Reverse”, and “Mega Texture technology”.

These innovations have been licensed for use and implemented into the design of many other influential, first-person shooter games, including Call of Duty, Half-Life, and Medal of Honor.

6. Ben Goodger

Ben Goodger is a New Zealand-born British software engineer who started his career with the Netscape Communications Corporation. Goodger then began working with the Mozilla Foundation, where he was a lead developer for the popular Firefox web browser.

Goodger is currently working in the user experience department at Google, where his main focus is the continued development and success of Google Chrome.

5. Bill Gates

As the co-founder and former chief executive of Microsoft, the world’s largest personal-computer software company, Bill Gates is one of the biggest names in computer science.

Gates and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen started Microsoft in the Poker Room of the Currier House at Harvard University. Gates later became known as the entrepreneur behind the personal computer revolution.

Since retiring from Microsoft, Gates has become known as a business magnate, philanthropist, and investor—though he will always be best known as a computer programmer and inventor. He is currently the second richest person in the world.

4. Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckberg is an American computer programmer and internet entrepreneur. He was responsible for developing Facebook in his Harvard dorm room.

Facebook, Inc., for which Zuckerberg currently serves as CEO, has continued to grow exponentially since Zuckerberg first moved the company to California.

Though his official salary as CEO of Facebook is exactly $1, Zuckerberg’s personal wealth is estimated to be $33.1 billion.

3. Larry Page

Larry Page is an American business magnate and computer scientist who co-founded Google. He is the inventor of PageRank, the foundation of Google’s search ranking algorithm, an important part of the company’s initial success.

Google has won countless awards since it was founded in 1998. As of 2014, Page’s estimated personal wealth exceeded $32 million. In 2014, he was the 17th richest man in the world.

2. Sergey Brin

Sergey Brin is another co-founder of Google. He is an American computer scientist who emigrated from the Soviet Union at the age of six.

As a PhD student at Stanford University, Brin and his friend, Larry Page, crammed a load of cheap computers into their dorm room and developed Brin’s data mining system.

This mining system became so popular at Stanford that the two boys eventually decided to drop out, rent a garage, and start Google. Since then, Brin’s personal wealth has been estimated at over $32 million.

1. Tim Berners-Lee

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is a British computer scientist who single-handedly changed the course of human history in 1989.

That year, he proposed a new information management system and a mere eight months later, he received the first successful communication from a Hypertext Transfer Protocol via the internet.

Since then, Berners-Lee’s initial proposal, the World Wide Web, has become a vital part of nearly every household, business, school, and government across the world.

In 2012, he was honored as the official inventor of the internet at the Olympics Opening Ceremony in London and during the ceremony, he live tweeted “This is for everyone”—words which were instantly spelled out in LCD lights attached to chairs in the crowd. Berners-Lee is currently the director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), where he oversees the internet’s continued development.

Amazing, aren’t they? All these accomplishments, and more are happening every week. Study computer science and change the world! And please do let us help you do it!

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