This course is an introduction to Artificial
Intelligence. As such, we have introductory contents about some of
the main areas in it. Essentially, these contents fall within one
the three following topics: solving problemas by search, machine
learning and knowledge representation. This document describes in detail how
we organize the course, including the syllabus, and the grading
|30 Nov 2017
||The grades of the first deliverable have been published in the personal record of every student. They can be reviewed on Friday, Dec 1st, from 12:30 to 14:00, and on Monday Dec 4th, from 9:30 to 10:30, in room E1.66. Those students who delivered the assignment but have not been graded, please contact the teacher.
|28 Nov 2017
||The grade of the first written exam has been published in the personal record of every student. The exams can be reviewd (and the grades contested) on Wednesday, Nov 29th and on Friday, Dec 1st, both from 12:30 to 14:00, in room E1.66
|23 Nov 2017
||The second deliverable has been published. Due date: December 3rd.
|16 Nov 2017
||The course final project may be done (optionally) in pairs. The only prerequisite is to inform the names of the components of the group, by an email to the teacher, before Dec 15th. Groups formed after that date will not be accepted.
|| Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial
|| Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Informática
|| José Luis Ruiz Reina (coordinador)
|| jruiz at us.es
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