Computational Intelligence course from the MOOCH


If you’re interested in teaching (or learning about) Computational Intelligence and artificial intelligence then a course backup just hit the MOOCH with your name on it.  The course includes several quizzes and over 2 dozen webpages full of information about artificial intelligence:

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Computational intelligence (CI) is a set of Nature-inspired computational methodologies and approaches to address complex problems of the real world applications to which traditional (first principles, probabilistic, black-box, etc.) methodologies and approaches are ineffective or infeasible. It primarily includes Fuzzy logic systems, Neural Networks and Evolutionary Computation.

The course is available via guest access at

For more information check out the MOOCH entry at

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