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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

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Learn to write programs using the foundational AI algorithms powering everything from NASA’s Mars Rover to DeepMind’s AlphaGo Zero. You’ll master Beam Search and Random Hill Climbing, Bayes Networks and Hidden Markov Models, and more.

Instructor Details

Peter Norvig is a Director of Research at Google and is co-author of Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, the leading textbook in the field.

Specification: Artificial Intelligence

Duration

162 hours

Year

2020

Level

Expert

Certificate

Yes

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  1. Peter K.

    The Nanodegree is a high–quality class I’ve wished for. The most significant difference to other courses is that Udacity Nanodegrees will motivate you really strong! It’s such a fantastic community with great inspiring mentors. I personally will use Udacity as long as it exists, maybe one time, I will complete every possible Nanodegree! Udacity is an investment in yourself, do it! If you can also study perfectly with only a book and have fun, go for it, but I think this is a super rare skill. If you want to have fun and get curious about the topic, go with Udacity!

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  2. Eduardo R.

    This was an excellent program, that covered many aspects of the field with clear concepts and great exercises and projects. The project evaluation was good and detailed, from the concepts to the code review. Thanks for a great NanoDegree!.

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  3. Leonardo D.

    I have no AI background. I am a programmer. I think I will be able to keep going. I also thought once we subscribed to the program it would no start before the “enroll date” but the deadlines started as soon as I paid for the course.

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  4. Aaron K.

    First project complete. So far so good. A gentle introduction to some AI concepts in this first module/project and the upcoming modules look very interesting. This course looks like it will give a solid foundation in AI.

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  5. Ming R.

    Unlike the other courses, this course requires students to read papers and write reviews. Those assignments really help me to understand subject matters more complete.

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  6. Weipeng S.

    The program was great, but it would be better for me if more advanced lectures were provided. I love the way that the projects were going, which helped me a lot!

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  7. Thomas R.

    I do wish that the test cases used in submission were built into the unit testing. I understand to an extent why it’s protected in the remote, but it would have been handy to help debug an issue that I was running into. Based on the instructions, it wasn’t clear that I needed to replace the code in my previous work in the classroom with assign value to get the full history to work with, and it also wasn’t clear that the naked twins was meant to be used in conjunction with the depth first search and not as a replacement. The original puzzle provided in the solution.py file is solvable just by reduce puzzle and naked twins… no depth first search required, so that threw me for a bit of a loop.

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