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Listed below are the undergraduate level artificial intelligence courses.

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (CS 486/686)
    The objective of this course is to give an introduction to the fundamental problems of artificial intelligence and an introduction to the basic models and algorithms used in tackling these problems. Another objective is to expose the student to frontier areas of computer science, while providing sufficient foundations to enable further study.

    Offered every semester.
Image and Vision Computing (CS 498/698)
    This course covers topics such as image representation, lightening and reflectance models, filtering, motion and object recognition and indexing.

Machine Learning -- Statistical and Computational Foundations (CS 498/698)
    Machine learning is a fast growing topic of both academic research and commercial applications. It addresses the issue of how can computers "learn", that is, how can processes drawing useful conclusions from massive data sets be automated. Machine learning plays a central role in a wide range of important applications emerging from need to process data sets whose sizes and complexities are beyond the ability of humans to handle.

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