We are currently a small and upcoming club on campus, consisting of students from a variety of degree programs interested in sharing a better understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) problems, techniques for implementing their respective solutions, and keeping abreast of current developments in the domain. AI focuses on the use of computers and how they can be effectively used to develop intelligent software and systems. When people think of AI, they typically think of the intelligent agents that can be found throughout culture, including Siri, HAL from Space Odyssey, or Cortana from the Halo video game series. But this only is one facet. Other sub disciplines under this area of computer science include natural language processing, robotics, and neural networks to name a few. Our past projects have focused primarily on the implementation of AI in the context of games, including the development of Conway's Game of Life, Connect 4, and several flocking algorithms. And with a new school year in sight, we're looking to grow membership to be able to expand the number of active projects and to explore new sub disciplines of AI, such as pattern recognition, computer vision, and augmented/virtual reality environments. We also hope to acquire some hardware for use in these new endeavors. If you're curious to see what we're all about or are ready to simply dive right in, feel free to visit us at one of our weekly meetings or contact our president. We welcome students of all ages and levels of programming experience. No previous experience in AI required!