34 Artificial Intelligence

Last update: Jan. 23/24


Artificial Intelligence Planning (CC BY-NC) by Gerhard Wickler and Austin Tate.

This course introduces artificial intelligence planning techniques and their applications. It comprises a 5-week course with up to 10 hours of lecture material. It is accessible at several levels of engagement from an “Awareness Level”, through the core “Foundation Level”, to a more involved Performance Level” requiring programming and other assignments. Course materials include YouTube videos, weekly slides, quizzes, supplements, assignments, exams, and a Second Life virtual learning space and group.


Beyond Binary Minds: Navigating the Next Wave of AI Technology by Hawaiian Malia ( CC-BY-SA)

Welcome to the dawn of a new era, where the lines between human intelligence and artificial intelligence are blurring, giving rise to a transformative wave of technological evolution. In “Beyond Binary Minds,” we embark on a journey to explore the coming trends in AI technology that promise to reshape industries, redefine human-machine collaboration, and push the boundaries of what we once thought possible.

The Curious Educator’s Guide to AI  by Paul R MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation, Excellence in Teaching  (CC-BY)

Generative AI refers to a type of artificial intelligence that can generate content from text input. Generative AI utilizes complex algorithms, often based on machine learning models to analyze and learn from large datasets. This “learning” process enables generative AI tools to produce original outputs that can convincingly mimic the style, tone, or structure of the input data.

A Pragmatic Guide to Conversational AI (CC-BY) by Ross Bigelow

This book is intended to be a pragmatic guide to helping able citizen data scientists to utilize common frameworks and tools to create conversational artificial intelligence experiences for users.

This chapter is adapted from Artificial Intelligence in OER by Discipline Directory by Edited by Lauri M. Aesoph and Josie Gray.


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