CSCI 0311

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the study of computational systems that exhibit rational behavior. Applications include strategic game playing, medical diagnosis, speech and handwriting recognition, Internet search, and robotics. Course topics include intelligent agent architectures, search, knowledge representation, logical reasoning, planning, reasoning under uncertainty, machine learning, and perception and action. We will also discuss the social implications of AI systems. This course fulfills the Responsible Computing requirement for the Computer Science major. (CSCI 0200 and CSCI 0201) 3 hrs. lect./lab
Computer Science
Computer Science
Natural Sciences
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Fall 2024

CSCI0311A-F24 Lecture (Linderman)

Fall 2023

CSCI0311A-F23 Lecture (Das)

Fall 2022

CSCI0311A-F22 Lecture (Linderman)

Spring 2022

CSCI0311A-S22 Lecture (Das)

Spring 2021

CSCI0311A-S21 Lecture (Das)
CSCI0311Y-S21 Lab (Das)
CSCI0311Z-S21 Lab (Das)

Spring 2020

CSCI0311A-S20 Lecture (Das)

Fall 2016

CSCI0311A-F16 Lecture (Das)

Fall 2014

CSCI0311A-F14 Lecture (Das)

Spring 2013

CSCI0311A-S13 Lecture (Kauchak)

Fall 2009

CSCI0311A-F09 Lecture (Scharstein)

Fall 2007

CSCI0311A-F07 Lecture (Huang)

Fall 2005

CSCI0311A-F05 Lecture (Scharstein)

Fall 2004

CSCI0311A-F04 Lecture

Fall 2003

CSCI0311A-F03 Lecture (Huang)