Artificial intelligence, Basic Computer Science

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is difficult science to explain, as it has fuzzy borders with  computer science, mathematics,  philosophy, physics,  psychology, statistics, biology and many other disciplines. It is often characterized in many ways, some of them are given below. I will take these categorizations to introduce various important issues in AI.

 

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