Book-length Teaching Notes | MIT 6.034 Artificial Intelligence
I have twice taught technical recitations for 6.034 Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2016/2018), one of the biggest undergraduate classes in Computer Science at MIT, taught by Kimberle Koile, Randall Davis, Robert C. Berwick, and Patrick H. Winston. I have compiled all my teaching notes into nine (9) book-length chapters. They include: Search, Rule Chaining, Support-Vector Machines, Neural Networks, and other paradigms of machine intelligence and learning. These notes are currently distributed internally to students enrolled in 6.034. You may contact me if you want a copy. The notes will soon be available on MIT OpenCourseWare. A lot of work was put into making the technical topics visually appealing. As a result, the notes are illustrated with over 150 original figures, diagrams, and tables.