|Course type:||Live Lectures + (optional) Exercises|
|Time:||Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00, Friday 10:00 - 12:00|
|Location:||HS 00 036 SCHICK - SAAL (G.-Köhler-Allee 101)|
|Organizers:||Joschka Bödecker, Tim Welschehold, Steven Adriaensen|
Course Content: This course will introduce basic concepts and techniques used within the field of Artificial Intelligence. Among other topics, we will discuss:
- Introduction to and history of Artificial Intelligence
- Problem-solving and search
- Board Games
- Logic and knowledge representation
- Representation of and reasoning with uncertainty
- Machine learning
- Deep Learning
Lectures will roughly follow the book: Artificial Intelligence a Modern Approach (3rd edition)
Organization: There are two lecture slots every week, on Tuesday and Friday (10:15 - 11:45). The first lecture will be on Tuesday 18.04 (see ILIAS for all appointments). During these slots, there will be live (in-person) lectures. These will be in-person only (not hybrid), but recordings will be made available on ILIAS.
Every week, we will also release an exercise sheet (on Friday) to be submitted before next Friday (8:00am). Your submissions will not be graded, but you will receive feedback from our tutors. On Friday, after the live lecture, one of our tutors will present the master solution and answer any questions you may have. The first exercise is due on 28.04. Participation in these weekly sessions and exercises is optional. The only requirement for passing the course is passing the final exam (date/format TBD).