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    Links to tutorials and other good info

    Right now this is just a shell. If you have a link to a good tutorial or any other good information post it here!

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    During a uni project we used the library FANN (fast artificial neural network) which was a nice library to work with back-propagation networks. Written in C. There seems to be a C++ wrapper too, haven't used it though.

    http://fann.sourceforge.net/
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    Here are some good AI Websites that have lots of tutorials and resources.

    www.ai-depot.com
    www.generation5.org
    www.ai-junkie.com

    Reccomended reading:

    ANN's and GA's: AI Techniques for Game Programming by Mat Buckland
    General/Traditional Game AI (good stuff in here): Programming Game AI by Example by Mat Buckland (you might also see it as Game AI Programming by Example; same thing)
    Information for both can be found at www.ai-junkie.com
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    Good Introductory Genetic Algorithm tutorial. Genetic Algorithm - A 'Walt Disney' Introduction - CodeProject

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    The book through which I was introduced to machine learning: Sutton & Barto Book: Reinforcement Learning: An Introduction

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    thank u guys for the links, i just started with AI and been looking for tutorials. I'm sure the ones you shared would help.

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    Back in my humble community college days at Lehigh County Community College they used to have some AI conversations. Some people went over to MIT from there who qualified. So if you are really into AI and think you have a gift talk to a counselor who's in the Computer Science department about taking a few courses.

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    Here are some good starting places:

    Artificial Intelligence Tutorial
    Artificial Intelligence 101: How to Get Started | HackerEarth Blog

    The second link has lots of good resources listed.

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