CIS 5603. Artificial Intelligence

Section 001. Fall 2023



Dr. Pei Wang
Office: Room 347, Science Education and Research Center (SERC)
Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 3:30 - 5:00 pm, and by appointment (in person or on Zoom)

Time and Location

Lecture time: Thursday 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Classroom: Tuttleman Learning Center 402

Course Description

Artificial intelligence encompasses the algorithms and representations used to design computers and agents for problem-solving and learning. This course covers the classic and modern methods that support technology such as game-playing agents, autonomous vehicles, and virtual assistants. The topics covered include: search, reasoning, knowledge representation, and learning. The course is intended to prepare graduate students for further study in machine learning, data mining, robotics, and computer vision.

Course Objective


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There are no prerequisites listed in the course catalog, though college-level coursework is expected in

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