Artificial Intelligence manifests itself in a wide range of application areas within the industry. Your task is to critically present your topic. Be careful to read the marking scheme carefully, marks are often needlessly lost by not delivering what was requested. You are required to investigate and present on the topic allocated, at random, from the following list. You should begin by checking all available literature as early as possible to provide you with a starting point on which you can build. You are strongly encouraged to make use of the LRC and place inter-library loans and requests for academic papers as early as possible.
Search Space Representations
Effective Emotional Intelligence Simulation
Autonomous Characters and Virtual Humans
Feature selection for knowledge discovery
Clustering data-mining techniques
AI techniques and their role in data-mining
AI Paradigms and their role with Network Optimisation
Automated Planning and Scheduling
Facial Recognition Systems
Hybrid Intelligent System
Natural Language Processing
Behaviour based Robotics
Inference and Learning for Adaptive, Biological and Dynamic Systems
Reasoning with Space and Time
Reasoning about Action and Change
Modelling Individual Personality, Mood and Emotion
Robotics and toys
Painting with AI
Poetry Creation with AI
Story Writing with AI
Music Creation with AI
Prepare and submit an A2 (portrait) poster that makes good use of visual aids to illustrate salient methods and/or algorithms and introduces the reader to your topic. A reader should be able to understand your topic from what is presented in your poster. Include a picture of yourself, your name and your Student ID in your poster. Do not forget to include your citations.
Present your poster to your peers in class (this will happen during the later lecture and tutorial slots). This will provide opportunity for you to underline how well you understand your topic and address gaps in your poster that may become apparent later.
The University has standardised around the Harvard system. You must be consistent and careful about how you cite your work.
Relying solely upon online material and your class notes will constrain your marks. Do not include any part of this coursework specification with your digital submission. Making an online submission indicates that you have read and understand the University's rules on academic conduct.