CFOAI 2017/2018

CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Tuesdays, 16:45-18:15, Room 310

  • Syllabus [PDF]
  • Intro lecture [PDF]
  • Lecture notes’ password Turing Machine [PDF]

3.10: AI introduction / 1st Assignment / Intro / Lecture notes (TM input: 1101)

10.10: AI Paradigms / 2nd Assignment / Lecture notes (TM input: 1101)

  • Newell, A.; Shaw, J.C.; Simon, H.A. (1959). Report on a general problem-solving program. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Processing [PDF]
  • M. Pelis, O. Majer, Logic of Questions and Public Announcements. In N. Bezhanishvili, S. Löbner, K. Schwabe, L. Spada, editors, Eighth International Tbilisi Symposium on Logic, Language and Computation 2009, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer, 2011, pages 145-157. ISBN 978-3-642-22302-0. [PDF]
  • Talk with ELIZA
  • Create your own chatbot
  • Martin Gardner, The fantastic combinations of John Conway’s new solitaire game „life”. Scientific American 223 (October 1970): 120-123. [HTML]
  • John H Conway on the creation of his Game of Life [Numberphile video]
  • Play Game of Life [here] or [here]

17.10: Strong vs. Weak AI / 3rd Assignment / Lecture notes (TM input: 1101)

  • Searle, John. R. (1980) Minds, brains, and programs. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 3 (3): 417-457 [URL]
  • John Searle, Our shared condition – consciousness. [TED talk video]
  • SHRDLU: (software) (T. Winograd’s SHRDLU presentation)
  • Terry Winograd, Thinking machines: Can there be? Are we? published in James Sheehan and Morton Sosna, eds., The Boundaries of  humanity: Humans, Animals, Machines, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991 pp. 198-223. [URL]
  • I want more fun with Turing machines! [Android App]

24.10: Computational Theory of Mind / 4th Assignment / Lecture notes (TM input: 1101)

  • 90 Second Philosophy: the Luminous Room [url]

07.11: Turing Test, part 1 / 5th Assignment / Lecture notes (Enigma settings: I:H; II:D; III: C; Input:CFOAI)

14.11: Turing Test, part 2 / 6th Assignment / Lecture notes (Enigma settings: I:G; II:C; III: B; Input:CFOAI)

21.11: Turing Test, part 3 / Lecture notes (Enigma settings: I:G; II:C; III: B; Input:CFOAI)

28.11: Counterarguments Against AI, Part 1: Incompleteness Theorems / 7th Assignment / Lecture notes (Next generation of the game of life)

05.12: Counterarguments Against AI, Part 2: Frame problem & AI as a pseudo-problem / 8th Assignment / Lecture notes (Next generation of the game of life)

12.12: Inspiring Hard AI Problems, Part 1: CAPTCHA / Lecture notes (Next generation of the game of life)

19.12: Inspiring Hard AI Problems, Part 2: Human Computation / Lecture notes (For the password solve SemCAPTCHA task: which one differs from the other two?)

09.01: AI — Ethical Considerations / Lecture notes  (For the password solve SemCAPTCHA task: which one differs from the other two?)

  • Nick Bostrom: „Superintelligence” | Talks at Google [VIDEO]

16.01: AI and Beyond / Lecture notes (For the password solve SemCAPTCHA task: which one differs from the other two?)

  • Neil Harbisson: I listen to color [VIDEO]

23.01: Final test / List of questions

 

 

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