Then I dropped out of AI and CS by the end of my freshman year.
At the time I said it was because I found AI at school really boring -- I'd read the AI book already and the lecturer (Winston) just lectured to the book. Sure. But really???
Really brief. I quit after a week or two. No good reason, I just felt extremely nervous the whole time.
Maybe just a kid finding her way, feeling nervous, bouncing her way around while she found her confidence.
That's what I've always thought, and may indeed be the whole story.
Uncomfortable suggesting that. Not much evidence, you know? And is sufficiently explained by other things? Kinda?
People quit. They blame it on other things.
I dunno, but I think maybe.
I do know I sure loved AI, and I was good at it, then I quit.