CS523 - Readings in Artificial Intelligence
- Quarter: Winter, 1996
- Time: MW 11:00 - 12:15 (unchanged)
- Room: Gates 167 (new room!)
- Units: 3
- Grading: S/NC
- Class web page (this page): http://robotics.stanford.edu/~sahami/cs523/cs523.html
- Class mailing list: email@example.com
About the Class
CS523 is a seminar class which discusses a series of seminal papers
from all areas of Artificial Intelligence. The class is primarily
intended for PhD students who are thinking of taking the AI qualifying
exam at any point in the future, as the readings come directly from
the AI qualifying exam reading list. Advanced undergraduates and
masters students with a strong interest in AI are also encouraged to
attend to get more of a perspective on research in the field.
Prerequisite: CS221 or equivalent.
An on-line tentative
syllabus is available.
The seminar will include:
- Reading papers from the AI qualifying exam list and discussing
them in a group.
- Having AI faculty and researchers come talk about their views of
the field and their expectations of graduate students taking the
qualifying exam. This is relevant to anyone planning on getting
a PhD in AI someday.
- Practice oral presentation of relevant material in AI.