Artificial intelligence club to begin, will meet Wednesdays

A UF club is teaching students about creating systems with artificial intelligence. Nicholas Kroeger, a UF computer science sophomore, and John Henning, a UF computer science and mathematics junior, recently established an artificial intelligence club after realizing UF doesn’t offer courses on AI for undergraduate students. The club, which will meet Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., teaches students how to build computers and software capable of intelligent behavior. “There’s no undergraduate classes that I saw that I could take for AI and there’s no AI undergraduate major, which I think is really important,” Kroeger, 19, said. “I’d like to create those later on in life if I choose to pursue a Ph.D.” Bernard Marger, a UF computer engineering senior, said UF used to have an undergraduate artificial intelligence curriculum, but it…

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