School of Informatics | Topics in Informatics
I590 | 26325 | L. Yaeger
Topic : Artificial Life as an Approach to Artificial Intelligence
This section open to graduate students only.
Emphasis is on new developments and research in informatics.
Can be repeated twice for credit when topics vary, subject to
approval of the dean.
Artificial Life is a broad discipline encompassing the origins,
modeling and synthesis of natural and artificial living entities and
systems. (For a more detailed course description, please come to
the Informatics office, 901 E. 10th Street, Room 120)
Above section meets with INFO I400