- Final Exams
- Final Exams
- Demos, Summaries
- Review Sheet #3
- Exam 2
- First order logic, chaining
- Spam HW
- Thanksgiving Break
- Journal: What are the ethics of making thinking machines? What ethical and moral obligations do we have?
- Maximum, Likelihood,Laplace Smoothing (count+1)/(samples+1 per category)
- Maximum Likelihood (count/samples)
- RS #2
- Advising Day Weds
- Baye's cont
- Journal: Discuss hill-climbing, shoulders and global maximums in context of something you did today. Choosing food at lunch, perhaps.
- Baye's Rule and Probability
- Markov Chains
- Journal: Probability and chance is an important part in problem solving for real-world problems. In a game context, you can imagine this like rolling dice. In the real world, it happens when we decide how to resolve ambiguity in a context. Often this is the result of humor. How do you believe this will affect problem solving? As humans, how does risk affect our problem solving?
- markov chain, probability
- Journal: What is a reasonable future goal of AI? In 1 year? 5 years? 10 years?
- Paper- not this semester
- Mancala - Stages
- Fall Break
- Journal: Lookup and find several descriptions of state of the art AI.
- eval.cpp ... HW #2-N-QUEENS
- Exam, Journals Due
- Journal: Some problems are so simple that modern AI can solve them 'better' than humans. You might think about how AI plays checkers as an example. Are these useful milestones for artificial intelligence? Do they pass the Turing Test?
- CSPs, MRV, DH, LCV, FC, Arc-consistency
- CSPs, hills and gradients
- Part 2 Due
- Review Sheet
- HW1 Extra Help
- Informed Search/Local Search Begin
- Informed Search
- Part 1 Due
- Journal: Find a tech article related to AI that is current ( within the month ). Make Commentary and site your source.
- Search Strategies, M&C problem
- Single-state Cont
- Journal: Single-state problems are
deterministic and fully observable. If a program can solve one of
these problems faster than a human, is it displaying greater
intelligence? Are single-state problem solutions a measure of
intelligence? Remember that many of these problems are arbitrarily
difficult (in NP-complete) and perhaps relatively unsolvable by most or any