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Unformatted text preview: Related AI Classes CS221 is a broad survey of the entire field of AI, compressed into a single quarter. The AI community encompasses several thousand researchers around the world, and has seen several major paradigm shifts since its inception in the mid 1950s. There is no way to cover all of the exciting work that has been done in this area within a single quarter, and there’s still much much more to learn about. Fortunately, Stanford has one of the best and broadest sets of AI courses of pretty much any university. It offers a wide range of classes, covering most of the scope of AI issues. Here is a list of classes that expand on some of the topics we covered (and even some we didn’t cover) in CS221: Robotics • CS223A (Win): Robotics from the perspective of building the robot and controlling it; focus on manipulation. Taught by Professor Oussama Khatib (who builds the big robots in the Robotics Lab). • CS225A (Spr): A lab course from the same perspective, taught by Professor Khatib. • CS225B (Aut): Robot programming lab. A lab course where you get to play around with making mobile robots navigate in the real world. Taught by Dr. Kurt Konolige (Willow Garage)....
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2009 for the course CS 221 taught by Professor Koller,ng during the Fall '09 term at Stanford.
- Fall '09