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I'm trying to learn some more AI programming (as well as improve my Python chops) and I've been looking for some programming challenges similar to Project Euler but where there challenges would be more artificial intelligence related problems. Does anybody know of something like this?
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is not quite in the same vein as Project Euler, but might provide an AI challenge. There's also a clone in Python
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I dunno, do some of the end of chapter questions in Russell&Norvig?
AI is pretty broad
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