Portal talk:Artificial intelligence

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I think this topic is really promising. I would like to help improve it, but I am not a native speaker. If, however, some native speaker would assist me by correcting things I write, I would be glad to help. However, I have to admit that I am not an experienced Wikipedia-User. Simon

Throw it in! I will fix it if I find it, or someone will come by and revise it. That is the purpose of the Wiki, is it not? Nathan

Please feel free to edit Wikiversity pages. If you are new to wiki, you may want to look at Wikiversity:Introduction. --JWSchmidt 13:32, 29 September 2006 (UTC)

High Level Design[edit]

I'm going to take responsibility for the course outline. I am currently taking an Introduction to AI course at UBC: Computer Science 322. I'd like to base the initial design of this course (roughly) on the outline of my intro ai course. This should provide a solid base for other people to build and add to. Freeman 05:47, 11 January 2007 (UTC)

What are the core topics that your course is trying to get you to learn?--Rayc 20:27, 4 February 2007 (UTC)
I took the liberty of creating the first in a series of templates, {{AI_navbar_0}} using the list of articles you provided. Thanks for using it! I tagged the Bots article on, because of the increasing interest in an elementary introduction to the topic (most folks understand what a bot is). Feel free to alter the template as needed or create another version (AI_navbar_0.1 or similar). I also started a crude prototype "LiquidThreads" template, {{liquidThreads}} which may, in time, incorporate AI and MediaWiki ParserFunctions to track "roving discussions" and what I think of metaphorically as "context switching" through various languages and projects. Thanks for "stepping up to the plate", Freeman. CQ 20:49, 4 February 2007 (UTC)


(Moved from the robotics page) Hi, I was wondering if my perpetually broken robot, RB5X, could be of any help to the people running this page? See this for more details. If someone could help me fix it, wikiversity could use it as a model testing platform for robotic AI tests.--Rayc 20:27, 4 February 2007 (UTC)