ICS 270A: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Useful web resources for 270A
(and AI research in
Intelligence: A Modern Approach
This is the official Stuart Russell web site for the textbook.
There are alot of interesting links from this page, many of which
might be useful for this class. Check out AI
on the Web, a long list of interesting sites organized by
This is a well-known repository containing "databases, domain
theories and data generators that are used by the machine learning
community for the empirical analysis of machine learning
This FTP site is a library of Lisp programs that implement
many of the more well-known algorithms for AI, such as A*,
Hill-climbing search and Unification. I have no idea how
well-tested these programs are...
A list maintained by David Aha, past librarian of the
UCI Machine Learning Repository. This also includes a long
list of software that might be available.
- The Agent Web
Sponsored by the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, this
site includes information about the seminal work in KQML, as well
a set of pointers to recent Agent and Softbot work.
- American Association for
Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
The home page for AAAI, an important professional organization
sponsoring annual conferences, workshops and publications about
- International Joint Conference
on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI)
A bi-annual internation conference on AI. One of IJCAI's most
notable components is RoboCup,
a competition for a team of soccer-playing robots.
- DARPA projects: The ISO office
and the ITO office
Like it or not, most AI research is sponsored by one of these
two offices. These pages describe both currently funded projects,
as well as new initiatives for research.
Acquisition Workshops (KAW) archive
This is not entirely mainstream AI, but it is an area of personal
expertise. Plus, a bit of advertising: If you can publish in
this area, you may get an all-expenses-paid trip to Banff,
Alberta, one of the world's most beautiful places.
last updated Jan 2, 1999 by John Gennari