Topics in Artificial Intelligence|
Spring 2011 not offered
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is rapidly becoming part of our everyday lives. Whether we are searching the Web, using online tools to plan a trip by airplane, or playing a video game, we can find ourselves working with AI technology, whether we know it or not. This course will introduce some of the basic concepts and techniques that go into modern AI. While no programming experience is required or expected, by the end of the course, students will be able to write a simple AI program that can learn to play a video game.
Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning
In this course, students will learn the abstracts of programming and study the way that computers work.
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Alison Cawsey, THE ESSENCE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, Prentice Hall, 1997.
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This course is suitable for MATH majors and MECO majors.
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