Artificial intelligence is entering all our lives in surprising and unexpected places. From your online shopping experience, to your voice controlled mobile phone, to automated telephone assistance, the algorithms behind our technology are having a huge impact on our lives. Algorithms are out-performing humans in a number of areas, with world-champions in games like chess and Go being beaten by computers.
In this course we will provide an introduction to some artificial intelligence techniques through the creation of a game-playing computer program. We will use the Connect 4 game, where players drop counters into a grid and attempt to connect four counters in a row.
This course is a ideal for those looking to explore programming and AI for fun or as a career.
Approaches in AI
We will take a brief look at various strategies for AI programming
Defining the Problem
We will create a model of our game to represent the game state. We will write some code in Python to implement the model.
Searching for a Solution
We will examine approaches to searching for the best move from a given game state. We will write some code in Python to implement the search.
Optimising our Search
We will look at ways to make the search quicker. We will write some code in Python to implement the improvement.
Students will pick skills in the following areas:
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to
You should be proficient in Python
London, W5 4DA
9:30am - 4:30pm
Certificate of Attendance
£160 ( 10% off )
Customised dependent on number of delegates/location
More info: Full price £144 (discounted from £160)
Concessions (students in full-time education): £108 (discounted from £120).
The weekend intro session about robotics was great. I have built my robot from scratch. I liked the approach that I was learning all stages of robot building. I design it, then we cut it from wood, assembled and then programmed in python. Llewellyn was great and helping me to get over challenges. He has a great wood workshop! So building robot how I designed was no problem. The only minus I can tell is that I haven't won the maze competition with my robot :)
Really enjoyed the weekend course on how to build a robot with the pi zero. The trainer is highly knowledgeable and patient helping you but not telling you the answer! He seemed to welcome lateral thinking and is truly multi-talented himself showing you that coding is only part of the challenge - building the robot was just as fun. Very welcoming. Great snacks and drinks too!
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