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Peter Norvig's Artificial Intelligence:

http://www.amazon.com/Artificial-Intelligence-Modern-Approac...

Has plenty of examples in Python. You can also look at different Udacity courses. They have a couple dealing with ML with Python.




I have Norvig's book, I'm not sure I'd recommend that as an introduction ;) Awesome book though!


AIMA is about as introductory as these texts get (and still be valuable). It in an undergrad textbook after all.


I guess my point is that it's such a broad overview of all topics that fall under artificial intelligence that you don't get much of a good introduction to applying machine learning. But point taken, you're right, it is an introductory text.




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