- "The goal of this class is to introduce you in broad strokes to the many different areas of computing that fall under the wide-ranging umbrella of Artificial Intelligence. We will explore the history of AI and look at current technologies including: Expert & Fuzzy Systems, Agents, Genetic Algorithms and Neural Networks (and various hybrid systems). Depending on student interests and timing, we may choose to spend more time on a specific area of AI."
- "The subject of AI does not only concern itself with technology matters, but also fundamental (some may say philosophical) questions. What is (the nature of) intelligence? What are intelligent devices? Can "artificial" intelligence surpass "natural" intelligence? Does intelligence entitle an entity to certain rights? Should "artificial" intelligence be allowed to control "natural" intelligence? If humans could, should they enhance their intelligence "artificially"? Does that change the definition of what it means to be a human?"
(from course syllabus)
- Mar 18: First Examination
- Apr 22: Second Examination
- May 19: Final Examination
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