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Examine the history, uses and consequences of Artificial Intelligence. Beginners can learn the basics here while researchers can access extensive technical resources.
Adaptive Automation Resources
This site organizes information that a broad audience should find understandable and useful within the problem solving technology continuum of advanced heuristic methods. You will find FAQs, Newsgroups, Software, Books, Electronic Journals, & Hot Lists.
AI from TAU
Extensive Artificial Intelligence links index from Tel-Aviv University, Israel. Created & maintained by Yossi Mamroud, TAU's Philosophy Department.
AI Programming Resources
Recommendations of websites and literature, by Stuart Russell, UC Berkeley. Public domain AI software; AI, Lisp, Prolog: online resources, textbooks, references, manuals.
Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory, Vasant Honavar
Information on data mining research, publications, and courses at Iowa State University
Bibliographies on Artificial Intelligence
Part of the Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies, is searchable and browseable.
Including intelligent agents, data mining, knowledge discovery, artificial intelligence. Biweekly newsletter available.
A comprehensive knowledge base, current news, events, publications, manufacturer links, and support links.
Context in AI
A contact point on the Web for researchers who are interested in the many roles of context in artificial intelligence.
They developed an industry- and tool-neutral data mining process model. The current process model for data mining provides an overview of the life cycle of a data mining project.
Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Network
KurzweilAI.net explores trends in emerging technologies in the 21st century. Also, it attempts to showcase leading technologies in AI and related fields.
List of AI-related FAQs
NCC AI and Robotics Resources
A listing of resources on many different areas of Artificial Intelligence.
Neuron AI Directory: Artificial Intelligence resources
General AI directory
The OpenAI site is centered around an Open Source project and community involving artificial intelligence. The term "Open Source" means that the source code for the project is available for free and can be used by others free of charge.
An enormous amount of resources pertaining to AI
Premise.org - AI Links
Premise.org, an artificial intelligence link site with examples.
Performance and evaluation of processors, assembly programming, and unlimited shareware.
Qualitative Reasoning Research at Utexas
The Qualitative Reasoning (QR) research group is supervised by Professor Benjamin Kuipers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
It is part of the Artificial Intelligence Lab and the Computer Science Department at the University of Texas at Austin.
SIGART Electronic Information Services
SIGART is the ACM Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence.