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Title: COM 3760: Artificial Intelligence
Authors: Rosenfeld, Avi
Keywords: course syllabus
computer science
artificial intelligence (AI)
Issue Date: Sep-2020
Citation: Rosenfeld, Avi. (2020, Fall). COM 3760: Artificial Intelligence, Yeshiva College.
Series/Report no.: Yeshiva College Syllabi;COM3760
Abstract: The course situates the study of Artificial Intelligence (AI) first in the broader context of popular culture, Philosophy of Mind, and Cognitive Psychology and then treats in-depth methods for automated reasoning, automatic problem solvers and planners, knowledge representation mechanisms, game playing, machine learning, and statistical pattern recognition. The class is a recommended for all scientists and engineers with a genuine curiosity about the fundamental obstacles to getting machines to perform tasks such as deduction, learning, and planning and navigation. Strong programming skills and a good grasp of the English language are expected; students will be asked to complete both programming assignments and writing assignments.
Description: Course syllabus / YU only
Appears in Collections:Yeshiva College Syllabi -- 2021 - 2022 courses (past versions for reference ONLY) -- COMP SCI (Computer Science)

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