2023 Exercises in Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence

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School of Computing
Miyazaki Kei  Tomii Norio  Chang Yuyuan  Yanagisawa Keisuke  Sekijima Masakazu  Nitta Katsumi  Kobayashi Takao  Miyake Yoshihiro  Ono Isao 
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Course description and aims

Artificial Intelligence is a research area that aims at artificially creating intelligence like humans. In recent years, artificial intelligence was successfully applied to various domains with the advances on machine learning and deep learning utilizing big data and computation power. This lecture expects students to acquire skills that is essential for creating applications of artificial intelligence, implementing basic concepts and theories as a computer program.

Student learning outcomes

Students will be able to acquire skills that is essential for creating applications of artificial intelligence, experiencing data processing and machine learning on computers.


classification, regression, gradient-based method, perceptron, activation function, backpropagation, automatic differentiation, convolutional neural network

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

In class, students are required to solve excercises that are linked with the contents of taught course "XCO. T489 Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence". Exercises are conducted via Zoom.

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 Class guidance and introduction to Python programming Variables, Control statements, Functions, etc.
Class 2 Linear algebra calculations using NumPy Linear Algebra, Probability Theory and Statistics, Calculus
Class 3 Linear Regression Loss function, empirical risk minimization, overfitting,regularization,bias and variance,linear model (regression),ridge regression
Class 4 Linear Classification Linear model (classification),logistic regression, gradient methods
Class 5 Single-layer Neural Network single-layer perceptron, activation functions, computational graph, automatic differentiation
Class 6 Multi-layer Neural Network multi-layer perceptron, hidden units, backpropagation, softmax function
Class 7 Convolutional Neural Network convolutional neural network, dropout

Out-of-Class Study Time (Preparation and Review)

To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.



Reference books, course materials, etc.

Cource materials are distributed via T2SCHOLA.

Assessment criteria and methods

Based on reports for given assignments.

Related courses

  • XCO.T489 : Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence
  • XCO.T483 : Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Science A
  • XCO.T484 : Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Science B
  • XCO.T485 : Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Science C
  • XCO.T486 : Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Science D
  • XCO.T487 : Fundamentals of Data Science
  • XCO.T488 : Exercises in Fundamentals of Data Science

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

When you apply this exercise, it is strongly recommended to take "XCO.T489 Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence", "XCO.T487 Fundamentals of Data Science" and "XCO.T488 Exercises in Fundamentals of Data Science" of the same quarter of the same year in parallel. In the case of students of Tokyo Tech Academy for Convergence of Materials and Informatics, take “TCM.A404 Materials Informatics” instead of “XCO.T487 Fundamentals of data science” and “XCO.T488 Exercises in fundamentals of data science.
Students of the doctor course are required to register XCO.T680 "Exercises in fundamentals of progressive data science" instead of XCO.T490"Excersices in fundamentals of data science."


Exercises are carried out using Google Colaboratory. Students are required to get Google accounts and to get ready for using "file upload/download" in Google Drive.

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