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CS 260: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is viewed in different ways which makes it hard to define . In general, however, a majority of computer scientists, engineers, and
psychologists view AI as a discipline that enumerates and explores tasks that require intelligence (e.g., problem solving, planning, and natural language
understanding). We will adopt this viewpoint in this course and study AI both from the computational (how can we design effective and efficient algorithms to
solve problems of exponential complexity) and cognitive (how do humans solve complex problems effectively and efficiently) viewpoints.
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