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Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence Planning (CC BY-NC)

This course introduces artificial intelligence planning techniques and their applications. It comprises a 5-week course with up to 10 hours of lecture material. It is accessible at several levels of engagement from an “Awareness Level”, through the core “Foundation Level”, to a more involved Performance Level” requiring programming and other assignments. Course materials include YouTube videos, weekly slides, quizzes, supplements, assignments, exams, and a Second Life virtual learning space and group.

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<a href="http://www.aiai.ed.ac.uk/project/plan/ooc/">Artificial Intelligence Planning</a> (CC BY-NC) <a href="http://www.aiai.ed.ac.uk/project/plan/ooc/">Artificial Intelligence Planning</a> (CC BY-NC)
This course introduces artificial intelligence planning techniques and their applications. It comprises a 5-week course with up to 10 hours of lecture material. It is accessible at several levels of engagement from an "Awareness Level", through the core "Foundation Level", to a more involved Performance Level" requiring programming and other assignments. Course materials include YouTube videos, weekly slides, quizzes, supplements, assignments, exams, and a Second Life virtual learning space and group. This course introduces artificial intelligence planning techniques and their applications. It comprises a 5-week course with up to 10 hours of lecture material. It is accessible at several levels of engagement from an "Awareness Level", through the core "Foundation Level", to a more involved Performance Level" requiring programming and other assignments. Course materials include YouTube videos, weekly slides, quizzes, supplements, assignments, exams, and a Second Life virtual learning space and group.