GU4236: Machine Intelligence | T. Jerde

Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
Tu 6:10-8PM

This course will survey historical and modern developments in machine intelligence from fields such as psychology, neuroscience, and computer science, and from intellectual movements such as cybernetics, artificial intelligence, neural networks, connectionism, machine learning, and deep learning. The emphasis is on the conceptual understanding of topics. A crucial aspect of the seminar is for students to become informed consumers of applications of artificial intelligence.

The course does not include, nor require background in, computer programming and statistics.

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