Held Friday, April 7, 2000
Today we continue our discussion of the predicate calculus and expert systems by considering some of your own rules in more depth.
Question 36 for discussion today: Model some set of relationships (preferably something other than family trees) with the predicate calculus.
Question 37 for discussion on Monday: Neural networks take a different approach to artificial intelligence. Rather than trying to mimic the way we think we think, they try to mimic physical aspects of the brain. Do you expect this to be a fruitful road to AI? Why or why not?
Saturday, 22 January 2000
Friday, 7 April 2000
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