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Please recommend a good book for Artificial Intelligence

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Hey, i don't know if it's a good read but "Artificial Intelligence through Prolog" by Neil C. Rowe, can be found here: http://faculty.nps.edu/ncrowe/book/book.html hope it helps :)
Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach 3rd Edition was what we used for https://www.ai-class.com/ The book itself costs money, but resources for the book (implementations of the book peusocode in actual programming languages and stuff) can be found for free at http://aima.cs.berkeley.edu/
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Udacity.com and Stanford's AI 3rd Edition by S.Russell

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