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AI Instructor's Resource Page
Instructors of AI courses may get some benefit from this page. Some of it is designed specifically for the book
Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach
and some of it does not depend on the choice of textbook. Our aim is to provide resources for every step of designing and running an AI course.
Getting the Book
AIMA 4e at Amazon
AIMA at Libraries worldwide
Pearson's resource page for AIMA 4e
allows you to request an evaluation copy of the book.
Talk with Other Instructors
discussion group for instructors (and TAs) only. Click the link to apply for membership. Please use your University email address, and in the "additional information" box give proof (such as a University web page) that you are an instructor or TA.
Design a Syllabus and Develop Lectures
of over 1500 schools that are using
, many with syllabi.
from the text; you can incorporate these into Powerpoint or other presentations of your own.
from AAAI for current events and background information on AI.
covered by the book.
Intro AI at UC Berkeley
. These contain
handouts, slides, problems, solutions, and videos
: Nikita Kitaev
: Nathan Lambert and Satish Rao
: Anca Dragan
: Sergey Levine and Stuart Russell
: Dan Klein and Pieter Abbeel
Intro AI at Stanford
: Chelsea Finn and Nima Anari. With homeworks, exams, projects, and slides.
Online AI courses:
Udacity School of AI
Thrun and Norvig MOOC
Coursera AI courses
Koller on Graphical Models
edX AI courses
over 50 offerings
Give Homework and Programming Assignments
are at a
Other example exercises
are at the
UC Berkeley AI site
for all exercises is available; request it in an email to JP (
), including proof that you are an instructor (web site; University email address).
UC Berkeley (various)
: 15 years of practice midterm and final exams.
UC Berkeley (Russell)
: 10 years of midterm and final exams, some from before the UC Berkeley archive.
U Wisconsin (Shavlik)
: 9 years of midterm and final exams.
Stanford (Finn and Anari)
: 3 years of exams.
⌂ AI: A Modern Approach
Modified: Sep 22, 2021