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can you good people direct me to sources to start learning the aspects of AI?

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    $\begingroup$ While I personally disagree with the sentiment, the "powers that be" here tend to frown on these kinds of questions. I'd suggest you try asking the same question over at the reddit.com/r/artificial site. That said, a quick answer is "take Andrew Ng's Machine Learning course on Coursera, read Artificial Intelligence - A Modern Approach by Russell and Norvig, and go through the material at the ai.berkeley.edu site." That would give you a pretty good start. $\endgroup$ – mindcrime Nov 7 '17 at 14:58
  • $\begingroup$ @mindcrime ,The OP should revise the question inline with the community guidelines. $\endgroup$ – quintumnia Nov 7 '17 at 16:52
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    $\begingroup$ Welcome to AI.SE! I'm sorry, questions asking for recommendations of off-site resources are off-topic here, but if you have specific questions about the aspects of artificial intelligence mentioned in the help center, we can answer! For an intro to our site, see the tour. $\endgroup$ – Ben N Nov 7 '17 at 19:08
  • $\begingroup$ @BenN Such questions should be discussed on,basing on our perspectives.#meta community. $\endgroup$ – quintumnia Jan 7 '18 at 17:43
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I recommend you the Artificial Intelligence micromaster on EDX, at least the first course (AI), in my own experience provide a very good background and framework to think about the field of AI. You can put in practice the theory in the project assignments (python programming is required).

In general on internet one can found more material about machine learning subfield (the micromaster also have a course on machine learning) and this program gives you a more broad view of the field.

The course also is based on the book Artificial Intelligence: a modern approach (Norvig - Russell).

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