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An interdisciplinary course on artificial intelligence designed for a liberal arts curriculum

@article{Cicirello2008AnIC,
  title={An interdisciplinary course on artificial intelligence designed for a liberal arts curriculum},
  author={Vincent A. Cicirello},
  journal={Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges},
  year={2008},
  volume={23},
  pages={120-127}
}
  • Vincent A. Cicirello
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
  • This article introduces a course the author recently designed; and which was first taught in Fall 2006. The course provides an introduction to the field of artificial intelligence (AI) focused at non-majors as part of a liberal arts curriculum. The course provides an overview of the foundational science and philosophy at the heart of AI from an interdisciplinary perspective. The course largely focuses on the diverse applications to many fields of endeavor, and the impact AI is beginning to have… CONTINUE READING
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