Computational Intelligence course from the MOOCH

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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 http://www.lwebzem.com/learning/course/view.php?id=2.

For more information check out the MOOCH entry at http://hub.moodle.org/index.php?courseid=614

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