A. I. Resources




Academic Programs:

Free Online Programs:

  • Coursera – Coursera is an education company that partners with the top universities and organizations in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. Our technology enables our partners to teach millions of students rather than hundreds. Classes offered on Coursera are designed to help you master the material. When you take one of our classes, you will watch lectures taught by world-class professors, learn at your own pace, test your knowledge, and reinforce concepts through interactive exercises. When you join one of our classes, you’ll also join a global community of thousands of students learning alongside you.
  • Udacity – If you’re a high school student looking to get ahead before going to college, you will have the chance to take college- level courses and become truly college ready. We have options to earn college credit and you will also have a chance to take subjects not offered at your school. If you’re a college student looking for an affordable, engaging alternative, you now have access to lower cost and high quality college courses. In many instances, we offer options for college credit and may offer courses your school doesn’t even have. If you’re a professional looking to update your skills or shift careers, you can learn modern technologies and skills with the most up-to-date curriculum from great teachers who are passionate about their subjects.
  • Khan Academy – Khan Academy is an organization on a mission. We’re a not-for-profit with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere. All of the site’s resources are available to anyone. It doesn’t matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. Khan Academy’s materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.
  • edX – From Science to Art to Technology, edX offers simply the best classes from the best professors and universities. From our think tank to your screen—we help you learn through cool tools, videos and game-like labs, like our 3D virtual molecule builder. Take edX courses at your pace, at home or in a cafe. Earn your Certificate of Achievement, or just audit the course. Our virtual ‘classroom’ is open 24/7 and everyone is accepted. Use the latest in peer-to-peer social learning tools and connect with smart and passionate people, just like you, from around the world.
  • LearnStreet – is an early-stage startup focused on changing the way people of all backgrounds and skill levels learn how to code. We are a small, passionate team of product craftsmen, hackers and designers doing what we love—building a service that inspires users to tap into their amazing potential. We believe putting the power of coding in more hands can unleash a wave of creativity that makes the world a better place for all of us. We’re proud to have already received some kind words from the folks at LAUNCHedu. The LearnStreet team is based in San Francisco, California and backed by Khosla Ventures.
  • VideoLectures.NET – is an award-winning free and open access educational video lectures repository. The lectures are given by distinguished scholars and scientists at the most important and prominent events like conferences, summer schools, workshops and science promotional events from many fields of Science. The portal is aimed at promoting science, exchanging ideas and fostering knowledge sharing by providing high quality didactic contents not only to the scientific community but also to the general public. All lectures, accompanying documents, information and links are systematically selected and classified through the editorial process taking into account also users’ comments
  • MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) – is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. Through OCW, educators improve courses and curricula, making their schools more effective; students find additional resources to help them succeed; and independent learners enrich their lives and use the content to tackle some of our world’s most difficult challenges, including sustainable development, climate change, and cancer eradication.
  • Stanford Online – Sharing as we innovate:  Stanford Online is a university-wide initiative coordinated by the Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning (VPOL). As we develop new capabilities to enhance teaching and learning on our physical campus, we’re sharing our work worldwide through publicly available courses, teaching strategies, and research findings on digitally mediated instruction.

Additional Event Resources


  • BRAIN Initiative – President Obama is making new investments in the “BRAIN” Initiative — a bold new research effort to revolutionize our understanding of the human mind and uncover new ways to treat, prevent, and cure brain disorders like Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, autism, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury.
  • SciStarter.com – This is the place to find out about, take part in, and contribute to science through recreational activities and research projects.  If you’re a scientist or a representative of a citizen science organization or community group: This is the place to tell eager people about your work and get them interested in helping out.
  • CIAN (Club of Intelligent Angels) – a club of private investors interested in Artificial Intelligence projects. Source money are not attached to a certain research project.
  • Startups.co – Angel Investors and Venture Capital. Over 300,000 startups have used Startups.co to connect with millions of dollars in funding. Join today and connect with over 20,000+ investors.
  • AlphaLab – a leading startup accelerator that helps innovative technology companies launch quickly and successfully. Founded in 2008 by Innovation Works, AlphaLab has been recognized as one of the nation’s best accelerators and is a charter member of the Global Accelerator Network.
  • Alphalab Gear – a hardware and robotic startup accelerator that provides physical product companies with investment, mentorship and connections. We leverage our experience and network to help entrepreneurs make rapid progress through the early stages of product and customer development.
  • Indiegogo – At Indiegogo, creating a campaign is simple. Tell people what you are doing, how they can help and what unique perks they’ll get for becoming contributors. You keep 100% ownership of your campaign and you don’t owe us a cent until you raise money. Our customer happiness team is here to make sure you have the support you need any time of day. Everyone should have the opportunity to raise money. Now everyone does. People all over the world use our industry-leading platform to raise millions of dollars for all types of campaigns. No matter what you are raising money for, you can start right now with no fee or application process. Indiegogo helps you spread the word about your campaign with a unique algorithm we call the gogofactor. Use our powerful social media tools when you launch your funding campaign and start sharing, tweeting, and encouraging people to ‘like’ your campaign to boost your gogofactor. Raise it enough and you could be featured on our homepage or in the press!
  • RocketHub – We see ourselves as your partner. So, we’ve designed everything – our site, systems and support – to help you achieve your goals today. And, we are working with governments, educators, and communities to make sure your opportunities for success will expand tomorrow. One of the opportunities RocketHub has created is the potential for broad exposure through A&E. Our partnership with A&E PROJECT STARTUP expands crowdfunding’s power in a big way. If you want to be part of an international, pioneering, open community that has helped thousands of artists, scientists, entrepreneurs, and social leaders raise millions of dollars, you want to be part of RocketHub.
  • SoMoLend – a debt-based funding platform that connects small business borrowers with corporate, institutional, organization and individual lenders, such as friends and family or accredited investors. Our user-friendly platform is utilized by small businesses that need funding for their growth initiatives and investors seeking higher than public market rates of return, as well as those that want to help build their local economy through job creation. Small businesses typically pay less interest on their business loans than traditional lending sources. SoMoLend automates, speeds and simplifies the steps for loan application, review, funding progress reporting, communications between borrower and lenders, and payments. We utilize best practices to help our borrowers develop and market their campaigns. SoMoLend provides a safe, secure and transparent platform that enables investors to understand a small business before making a lending decision.


  • American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) – Founded in 1979, AAAI is a nonprofit scientific society devoted to advancing the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines. They aim to promote research in, and responsible use of, artificial intelligence.
  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society with 100,000+ members, unites computing professionals, educators, and researchers from industry, academia, and government, to inspire dialogue, share resources and address the field’s challenges. ACM strengthens the profession’s collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, supporting members’ professional development, and promoting policies and research that benefit society.
  • Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines – Iceland’s first independent research institute for artificial intelligence, robotics and simulation. Fusing leading forces of academia & industry, we foster exchange of ideas, inventions and brainpower.
  • The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (SSAISB) – Founded in 1964, the society is the largest Artificial Intelligence Society in the United Kingdom and has an international membership drawn from both academia and industry.


  • IPL  was the first language developed for artificial intelligence. It includes features intended to support programs that could perform general problem solving, including lists, associations, schemas (frames), dynamic memory allocation, data types, recursion, associative retrieval, functions as arguments, generators (streams), and cooperative multitasking.
  • Lisp is a practical mathematical notation for computer programs based on lambda calculusLinked lists are one of Lisp languages’ major data structures, and Lisp source code is itself made up of lists. As a result, Lisp programs can manipulate source code as a data structure, giving rise to the macro systems that allow programmers to create new syntax or even new domain-specific programming languages embedded in Lisp. There are many dialects of Lisp in use today, among them are Common LispScheme, and Clojure.
  • Prolog is a declarative language where programs are expressed in terms of relations, and execution occurs by running queries over these relations. Prolog is particularly useful for symbolic reasoning, database and language parsing applications. Prolog is widely used in AI today.
  • STRIPS is a language for expressing automated planning problem instances. It expresses an initial state, the goal states, and a set of actions. For each action preconditions (what must be established before the action is performed) and postconditions (what is established after the action is performed) are specified.
  • Planner is a hybrid between procedural and logical languages. It gives a procedural interpretation to logical sentences where implications are interpreted with pattern-directed inference.
  • POP-11 is a reflectiveincrementally compiled programming language with many of the features of an interpreted language. It is the core language of the Poplogprogramming environment developed originally by the University of Sussex, and recently in the School of Computer Science at the University of Birminghamwhich hosts the Poplog website, It is often used to introduce symbolic programming techniques to programmers of more conventional languages like Pascal, who find POP syntax more familiar than that of Lisp. One of POP-11’s features is that it supports first-class functions.
  • AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) is an XML-compliant language that’s easy to learn, and makes it possible for you to begin customizing an Alicebot or creating one from scratch within minutes.
  • NoSQL – A NoSQL database provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data that employs less constrained consistency models than traditional relational databases. Motivations for this approach include simplicity of design, horizontal scaling and finer control over availability. NoSQL databases are often highly optimized key–value stores intended for simple retrieval and appending operations, with the goal being significant performance benefits in terms of latency and throughput. NoSQL databases are finding significant and growing industry use in big data and real-time web applications. NoSQL systems are also referred to as “Not only SQL” to emphasize that they do in fact allow SQL-like query languages to be used.
  • R packages
  1. BACCO – Bayesian analysis of computer code software
  2. tgp – Treed Gaussian processes
  3. DiceDesign, DiceEval, DiceKriging, DiceOptim – metamodeling packages of the Dice Consortium.
  • Matlab/GNU Octave
  1. DACE – Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments. A matlab kriging toolbox.
  2. GPML – Gaussian Processes for Machine Learning.
  3. STK – Small (Matlab/GNU Octave) Toolbox for Kriging for design and analysis of computer experiments.
  4. scalaGAUSS – Matlab kriging toolbox with a focus on large datasets
  • Scilab
  1. DACE-Scilab – Scilab port of the DACE kriging matlab toolbox
  2. krigeage – Kriging toolbox for Scilab
  3. KRISP – Kriging based regression and optimization package for Scilab
  • Python
  1. scikit-learn – machine learning in Python

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