Artificial IntelligenceSemester Course

Artificial Intelligence, Semester Course
Major Discipline(s)
Computer Science, Mathematics
Elective Course
Fall/Spring semester

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is behind your smart phone’s intelligent personal assistant, driverless cars, robots, government fraud detection systems, and the image recognition algorithms of Facebook and Instagram, just to mention a few examples. This course introduces you to core techniques and applications of Artificial Intelligence using primarily symbolic methods in an agent-oriented paradigm.

Classes are a mix of discussions of theory/core concepts and hands-on problem solving. The majority of the course work is carried out in groups.

During the course, you will implement simple search-based agents solving transportation tasks in a virtual environment. The virtual environment is an idealized model of autonomous robots operating in a hospital. This part of the course is referred to as the programming project.


Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Information Science


Lucian Leahu

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

PhD in Computer Science from Cornell University 2012. Assistant professor at ITU Copenhagen since 2015. ERCIM Postdoctoral Fellow at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science (2012-2013) and Project Leader in the Media Technology and Interaction Design Department at the Royal Institute of Technology (2014). With DIS since 2019

Thomas Bolander

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Thomas Bolander, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). In 2006, he received the "teacher of the year" award at DTU. In the period 2009-2013 he was director of studies at the Copenhagen University Extension, and 2011-2014 part-time employed as educational developer at LearningLab DTU, taking part in developing and teaching the Education in University Teaching at DTU. Thomas Bolander is furthermore book reviews editor of the Springer journal Studia Logica, and scientific advisor for the Science & Cocktails initiative.