Historical Evolution Sub-Areas of Artificial Intelligence
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CS324-Artificial Intelligence
Lecture 1: Introduction Waheed Noor
Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan

Waheed Noor (CS&IT, UoB, Quetta)

CS324-Artificial Intelligence

November 2012

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Outline

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Course Description

What is AI? Historical Evolution Sub-Areas of AI Goals of AI References
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Waheed Noor (CS&IT, UoB, Quetta)

CS324-Artificial Intelligence

November 2012

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Outline

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Course Description

What is AI? Historical Evolution Sub-Areas of AI Goals of AI References
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Waheed Noor (CS&IT, UoB, Quetta)

CS324-Artificial Intelligence

November 2012

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Artificial Inteligence (3-0)
Rationale
Artificial intelligence (AI) provides tools and techniques for the automation of intelligent behavior. This course exposes students to the paradigms and techniques necessary for study and research in AI. Emphasis is placed on the historical evolution and the emerging trends in (AI) technology. In this course: Concentrate on theoretical aspects of AI and its applications. Learn basic knowledge representation, problem solving, and learning methods of AI. Assignments after each unit. (Late assignments will not be accepted.) Plagiarism is an academic offense, zero marks will be given if found in your assignments. Random Quiz any day any time during class.
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AI Books and Awards
Books & Materials
Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Pearson Education by Russell and Norvig (2003) Artificial Intelligence: Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving, Addison Wesley, by Luger (2008) Web Resources: Hundreds of links to different resources can be found on http://aima.cs.berkeley.edu/ai.html

(AI Completions and Awards, n.d.)
The Machine Intelligence Prize Loebner prize Herbrand Award

Waheed Noor (CS&IT, UoB, Quetta)

CS324-Artificial Intelligence

November 2012



References: AI completions and awards. (n.d.). Luger, G. F. (2008). Artificial intelligence: Structures and strategies for complex problem solving (6th ed.). USA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. Russell, S., & Norvig, P. (2003). Artificial intelligence: A modern approach (Second ed.). USA: Pearson Education, Inc. Waheed Noor (CS&IT, UoB, Quetta) CS324-Artificial Intelligence November 2012 24 / 23

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