The incorporation of advanced techniques in reasoning and problem solving into modern, complex systems has become pervasive. Often, these techniques fall within the realm of artificial intelligence. This course focuses on artificial intelligence from an agent perspective and explores issues of knowledge representation and reasoning. Students will investigate a wide variety of approaches to artificial intelligence including heuristic and stochastic search, logical and probabilistic reasoning, planning, learning, and perception. Advanced topics will be selected from areas such as robotics, vision, natural language processing, and philosophy of mind. Students will have the opportunity to explore both the philosophical and practical issues of artificial intelligence during the course of the class.

Course instructor: 
Butcher

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