This wiki will contain useful information for the course.
Classes: MW 9:30-11am in 33-419
Recitations: F11 or F3 in 33-419. First recitation on Friday 09/09.
In a nutshell:
Please refer to the Course Policies PDF in Stellar for further information.
Links to problem set pages will be posted here as they are released. Remember, problem sets may have handwritten components in addition to coding. Be sure the read the assignment carefully.
Links to project pages will be placed here when they are released.
The following links contain work in progress documentation. We'll update the following links and add more content as the course progresses.
Of these books, the most relevant for this course is “Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach”, by S. Russell and P. Norvig. None of these books are required, but this one is nice to have, as it's a good general purpose AI reference. The latest edition is the 3rd, from 2009. The 2nd edition is older (2003) and there are significant changes between both. The core algorithms haven't changed, but the newer edition contains more information about recent advancements.
In this course we'll still be using Python2.7 to ensure compatibility with all the software we are using. If you read books or tutorials on Python, make sure they are for Python2 as there are breaking changes between Python2 and Python3.