UMBC CMSC 471 02 Spring 2020
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

This course provides a general introduction to Artificial Intelligence concepts and techniques. We will cover a good part of the material in our text, Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig, including the agent paradigm in AI systems, problem solving, search, game playing, knowledge representation and reasoning, natural language processing, planning, machine learning and philosophical issues.

See the about 471 page and the schedule for a more detailed breakdown but be aware that the order and timing is subject to change.

When and Where

Tue-Thr 4:00 - 5:15pm, Sherman Hall 015

Instructor

Tim Finin
finin@umbc.edu
ITE 329
410-455-3522
Office Hours: 11-12 Tuesdays; 3-4 Wednesdays (Spring 2020)

Teaching Assistant

Pat Jenkins
patrick.jenkins213@gmail.com
ITE 343
office hours: Tuesday 11-12 and Wednesday 12-1 or by appointment