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Hi. I am new in Open Study, and I would like to ask is there any course that related to Computer Vision or Affective Computing in here? Many thanks

Computer Science
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Do you mean study group? The computer science group is really the only computer-related group...
we just answer q's if we know them, we don't offer courses.
yes I mean study group. :) Thanks for the answers.

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There is a place where tyu can ask for a study group, I would PM a mod.
Yes, you can suggest study groups in the Openstudy Feedback group. If you get enough people to support it, then it might be made into an official group. It would probably be easiest to just ask your questions here. :P
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