Session I: July 8 - July 19 - Artificial Intelligence

Morning Lecture 9AM – 12:30PM/Afternoon Lab 2PM – 5:30PM)
AI 162 – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

The course covers the basic principles of artificial intelligence. You will learn some basic AI techniques, the problems for which they are applicable, and their limitations. The course content is organized roughly around what are often considered to be three central pillars of AI: Search, Logic, and Learning. Topics covered include basic search, heuristic search, game search, constraint satisfaction, knowledge representation, logic and inference, probabilistic modeling, and machine learning algorithms.


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