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 largest 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 the class. You may contact me if you want a copy. A lot of work was put into making the technical topics visually appealing. As a result, the manuscript is illustrated with over 150 original figures, diagrams, and tables.