Foundations and Frontiers of AI

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1. lectures

1.1. philosophy

1.1.1. Intelligence topics Introduction What is intelligence? Strong/weak AI Turing Test readings (form groups, pick one topic, identify key papers, present about 6 slides summarizing your findings) Lessons from a Restricted Turing Test, Stuart M. Shieber A. M. Turing (1950) Computing Machinery and Intelligence. Mind 49: 433-460. The Turing Test: The First Fifty Years ELIZA PARRY Loebner Prize exercises

1.1.2. Physicality topics Chinese room argument physicality symbol grounding readings exercises

1.1.3. Computation topics Turing-Church thesis physical limits of computation Quantum Computing Hypercomputation readings exercises

1.1.4. Dualism and Free Will topics theories of consciousness free willl, dualism neuroscience of free will legal responsibility and free will readings exercises

1.1.5. Emotions and Emotional Computing topics biological basis of emotions evolution of emotions simulations of emotions sentience vs emotions readings exercises

1.1.6. Simulation Hypothesis topics virtual worlds the simulation hypothesis readings exercises

1.1.7. Game Theory and Omnipotence topics game theoretic analysis of behavior omnipotent agents readings exercises

1.2. technology

1.2.1. Scientific Method topics scientific method automated scientific discovery readings exercises

1.2.2. Evolution of Mind topics evolutionary perspective evolution of behavior evolutionary psychology readings exercises

1.2.3. Mind Reading topics fMRI, evoked potentials mind reading augmented cognition direct brain interfaces readings exercises

1.2.4. Biomimetics topics synthetic biology organic computing readings exercises

1.2.5. Nanotech topics nanotechnology transhumanism the singularity readings exercises

2. course

2.1. Lectures: Room 48-462 Time Thursdays, 1:45 - 3:15 pm

2.2. Exercises: TBD

2.3. Office Hours

2.3.1. Course Assistants: TBD

2.3.2. Lecturer: send mail to [email protected]

2.4. Grading

2.4.1. exercises are a prerequisite for the final exam

2.4.2. exercises consist of reading preparation of small presentations for each recitation also: do something online, collect information, find papers, and then present you must bring your collection of completed exercises (slides) to the oral exam