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CSC 325 – Artificial Intelligence

The purpose of this course is to examine what Artificial Intelligence (AI) is and how it might be achieved. While defining computers as abstract machines, intelligence is defined using results from neuroscience and psychology. Practical AI applications that will be discussed include: language understanding, robotics, expert systems, neural nets, and game playing programs. This class is offered in the Fall of 2017 and not again until the Fall of 2019, so don’t miss your chance to take it!

Students interested in the following careers could benefit from taking this course: software analysts and developers, computer scientists and computer engineers, algorithm specialists, research scientists and engineering consultants, mechanical engineers, military or aviation electricians or mechanics, or medical health professionals working with artificial limbs, prosthetics, or hearing and vision aids.

Prerequisite: CSC 305, either taken previously OR concurrently