Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is an uncomplicated problem-solving process for humans. It facilitates software in performing tasks without being explicitly programmed before-hand. Artificial intelligence describes a situation where a machine is capable of replicating and carrying out tasks which require intelligent human behaviour. Some of these tasks may incorporate problem-solving and quick decision-making or specific activities requiring acute perception, recognition, or translation abilities.

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The prominence of organisations like NASA and ISRO points towards one absolute fact – the aerospace industry is here to stay for good. Space exploration has progressed by leaps and bounds in the modern day-and-age, mandating the need for individuals in this industry to figure out the best course of action that can be taken to ensure that little to no problems come in the way of this progress.

This is perhaps why aerospace engineering has become such a major vertical that most people wish to break into. After all, the prospect of exploring a world beyond the one we already have extensive knowledge of is an enticing one indeed – a mentality that is instilled among almost every aspirant .Consequently, the job market for this industry is brimming with people who want to break into this industry with a cookie-cutter engineering degree that does nothing to differentiate them from the masses.

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If you look around yourself, almost everything you see and rely on, today requires energy to manufacture and function- be it phones or computers of your office, the lights, and applications at home or the vehicles on the roads. We are living in a world where we need a constant supply of energy for our basic survival and the entire socio-economic system.

An MBA in energy trading differentiates itself from the competition as no other course has a different industry involvement. The program of energy trading involves a most of the global players from the energy sector. Following are the reasons why one should pursue an MBA in Energy Trading:

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