Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a field that has a long history but is still constantly and actively growing and changing. In this course, you’ll learn the basics of modern AI as well as some of the representative applications of AI. Along the way, we also hope to excite you about the numerous applications and huge possibilities in the field of AI, which continues to expand human capability beyond our imagination.
Why Take This Course? Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is increasingly prevalent in our everyday lives. It has uses in a variety of industries from gaming, journalism/media, to finance, as well as in the state-of-the-art research fields from robotics, medical diagnosis, and quantum science. In this course you’ll learn the basics and applications of AI, including: machine learning, probabilistic reasoning, robotics, computer vision, and natural language processing.
### Part I: Fundamentals of AI
- Overview of AI
- Statistics, Uncertainty, and Bayes networks
- Machine Learning
- Logic and Planning
- Markov Decision Processes and Reinforcement Learning
- Hidden Markov Models and Filters
- Adversarial and Advanced Planning
### Part II: Applications of AI
- Image Processing and Computer Vision
- Robotics and robot motion planning
- Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval
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Alipartially completed this course, spending 30 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be very hard.
The problem is that the professors seem to talk to themselves. They throw many new concepts in a two minutes videos without explanation. This course is only good if you have the text book by Norvig and Russel. There you will find the desired details. The course sounds more like slides for introducing a textbook than a
The problem is that the professors seem to talk to themselves. They throw many new concepts in a two minutes videos without explanation. This course is only good if you have the text book by Norvig and Russel. There you will find the desired details. The course sounds more like slides for introducing a textbook than a real course to introduce the concepts. Very confusing and discouraging to start artificial intelligence in that way.