Re: AI Graduate programs on the West Coast

Omar Haneef (ohaneef@paul.rutgers.edu)
Sat, 31 Jan 1998 18:11:13 +0100 (MET)

Kenneth P. Turvey (kturvey@pug1.sprocketshop.com) wrote:
: On Sat, 17 Jan 1998 16:06:13 GMT, JRStern <JRStern@gte.net> wrote:
: >On Thu, 15 Jan 1998 14:38:50 -0800, Rick Laird <kiwiusa1@deltanet.com>
: >wrote:
: >>I am currently looking for a good AI program on the west coast. I have
: >>looked into UC Irvine and also heard UC San Diego is good. Does any one
: >>know of any other universities either public or private?
: >
: >Well, Stanford has in captivity all known expert systems experts from
: >the 1980s, and a few useful people, too.

: Stanford may however be prohibitively expensive. Take a look at the
: numbers. I am not sure that you will still be interested.

: University of California - Berkeley is supposed to have an excellent
: program at a much more reasonable cost.

If its a graduate program, you probably won't have to pay for it.
UCSD started the whole neural network thing, but Dave Rumelhart is
at Stanford now!
I'll just re-iterate that Berkeley, Stanford and UCSD are supposed to
be outstanding for that sort of thing.