A central information source for the area of Support Vector Machines, Gaussian Process prediction, Mathematical Programming with Kernels, Regularization Networks, Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces, and related methods. Provides links to papers, upcoming events, datasets, code.
How computers can learn to get better at playing games. This site is for artificial intelligence researchers and intrepid game programmers. I describe game programs and their workings; they rely on heuristic search algorithms, neural networks, genetic algorithms, temporal differences, and other methods.
Site dedicated to research of artificial intelligence algorithms applied to information retrieval, data mining and optimization methods. Includes FAQs and AI resources for math/science teachers and students.
Programming by example (or by demonstration) is a technique for teaching the computer new behavior by demonstrating actions on concrete examples. The system records user actions and generalizes a program that can be used in new examples.