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Episode Info: We previously discussed one aspect of Artificial Intelligence in our Machine Learning episode. We'll talk about more sub-fields soon, but first let's cover the history of AI, starting with its Golden Age. The academic field of Artificial Intelligence was born in the 1950s, and for its first two decades research went fairly well. Advances came quickly, and ARPA (later DARPA) was generous with its funding. Reference Links: A Mathematical Theory of Communication (PDF Download) ways of passing information with low error probabilityCybernetics by Norbert Wiener (Affiliate Link) the study of control and communication1956 Dartmouth Conference Proposal leading to the birth of the field of Artificial IntelligenceELIZA as a javascript app an early result of AI emulation    Read more »

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