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This course gives a survey of topics in AI along with in-depth foundational concepts such as classical search, probability, machine learning, logic and planning.

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r/OMSCS • comment
3 points • micronerd01

You can watch the lectures ahead via Udacity (this is true for any class if you do a google search for Udacity + course number).

The GA Tech Github page for the class contains the repositories for the assignments. The assignments seem to change slightly semester to semester (or so I was told by previous reddit posts on this topic), so nothing is final until the assignment is officially announced.

r/OMSCS • comment
1 points • thiakx

You should use this link for video: The prof begins by explaining that he combines the best videos from Sebastian thrun, peter norvig, and himself to form this class.

r/artificial • comment
1 points • CyberByte

Not interactive, but AIMA has Python Code.

I'm not sure anymore if it uses Python, but Udacity offers a free Intro to AI course by Sebastian Thrun and AIMA co-author Peter Norvig.

Udacity also has a free AI course by Georgia Tech that definitely uses Python.

You can also check out /r/artificial's wiki for Getting Started with AI.

r/artificial • post
2 points • kaladyn
I'm looking for direction into learning A.I.

I see there is a lot of resources available, but I'm not sure what I'm looking for...

Some things about me :
* I'm looking for something online, or at least *not* conventional college.
* I am looking for free/low-cost options.
* Natural preference for researching as a primary skill
* Have studied cognitive science on my own off/on the years (linguistics, psychology, philosophy, neuroscience)
* Don't really care about making money - just want to be involved with the cutting-edge of tech like towards AGI
* I'm a decent writer, so I've considered something like journalism as well, although I'd like to be involved with tech and be able to collaborate with a group such as project-work

Here are some posts I've found on this subreddit - I'm not sure if I should look into a MOOC, reading a particular book, learning Python, Calculus / ML , watching lectures - or what? (hope I've provided enough of my personal situation so I can be directed towards something relevant/applicable to me)