Artificial Intelligence is a frequently used term but often misunderstood when it comes to how it impacts our modern life. The Society for Artificial Intelligence seeks to introduce students to what A.I. is and working with others on team projects. Regardless of your experience with computers or programming, all BYU-I students are welcome to come and collaborate with us in order to become more familiar with this exciting field. We have worked on several A.I. projects in the Society including topics in game development, robotics, natural language processing, and machine learning. Details about our projects can be found on our Github site:

What we are about:

What we are as a society

Recent Projects:

A recent project

President: Alex Bentley

Vice President: Landon Campbell

Treasurer: Cesar Hernandez

Secretary: Matthew Jeffs

Historian: Alec Otterson

Faculty Advisor: Scott Burton

Meetings are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 pm in STC 231.

Last updated on May 1, 2018.


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