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CSC 104: Human and Artificial Intelligence

Offered Occasionally

Course Units: 1


In this course students focus on both human and artificial intelligence as a means of improving one’s own use of intellect. Various mathematical and computational mechanisms behind intelligence are explored, and analytical and logical reasoning skills are put into practice. Logical and probabilistic analysis, the two main themes behind the mathematical/computational mechanisms, are examined. Students use logical formulae to model particular aspects of human intelligence, e.g., communication and reasoning. They also use probabilistic methods to model decision making under uncertainty as well as certain aspects of learning.

Prerequisite notes: None

Required for major/minor: None