Computer Science 310: Artificial Intelligence will be offered in the fall semester with Janyl Jumadinova. Lectures will be held on Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00 am with a weekly lab session on Monday at 2:30 pm.
A study of the design and implementation of intelligent computer systems that can learn, plan, and solve problems autonomously. In addition to examining techniques for designing intelligent software agents, students investigate the social, political, and ethical implications of intelligent systems. Through hands-on activities that often require team-work, students explore the application of artificial intelligence methods in areas such as computer vision, natural language processing, and video game development. During a weekly laboratory session students use state-of-the-art technology to complete projects, reporting on their results through both written documents and oral presentations.
Prerequisite: CMPSC 101.
Distribution Requirements: QR, SP.