Friday, April 4, 2014

Robotics & Machine Learning Class available for Fall Semester 2014

Looking for a unique Core Natural Sciences course?

The Mathematics and Computer Science Department will be offering CS 245 "Robotics and Machine Learning" this fall.  It will meet on MWF from 10:00 -10:50 a.m. in Kettering Science Center. 

There are no prerequisites and the course assumes no computer science background. Classroom instruction will include lecture and discussion as well as hands-on lab work with programming and building.

Topics covered include:

* history of robotics and machine learning

* philosophical perspectives and impact of artificial intelligence systems on society

* robot construction techniques

* robot navigation and manipulation techniques

* machine learning algorithms and their applications

* software robots

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