Artificial Intelligence is the science and practice of systems that exhibit the characteristics we associate with intelligent human behavior. This first of two sessions will cover the basics of AI and some scary applications of AI. During the second session class participants and the instructor will discuss how AI is implemented in their fields.
Class participants will gain a practical grounding in the science of artificial intelligence. They will acquire the ability to identify, discuss, and evaluate issues surrounding existing and novel AI applications.
Note: This class is recommended prior to taking “AI 201” in a future semester that will deal with public policy issues surrounding Artificial Intelligence. For those who took the course in 2021, this will also serve as a good refresher.
Feedback from past courses with Larry:
“Dr. Rudner’s three session course has been the MOST impactful I’ve attended during the past 6 years. His preparation was evident, relevant, and THOUGHT-PROVOKING. Although I had a significant conflict during the third session, I am especially thankful to the Chesapeake Forum who has made recorded classes available so that I can witness the content provided in the last class. The Chesapeake Forum should consider inviting Dr. Rudner back to teach ANY topic he selects.”
“Excellent class! Engaging, knowledgeable, and well-prepared instructor sparked an interest in the subject both during and outside of class. I learned a great deal more than I’d ever expected. Thank you!”
“This was one of the best courses I’ve taken thru Chesapeake Forum. Informative, with a lot of discussion based on the pro and con of innovations and innovative uses of AI. Larry did a great job moderating the discussion on this interesting topic!”
HYBRID COURSE. A recording of each session will be provided
2 Sessions |Wednesdays | Mar 23, 30 | 1-2:30 pm | $20