Ashok Goel was recently interviewed by 11 Alive about using IBM’s Watson in his class on Computational Creativity. You can watch the full interview here.
Last Monday, the first offering of the online Knowledge-Based AI course, taught by Ashok Goel and developed by David Joyner, launched on the Udacity platform as part of the Georgia Tech Online Master’s in Computer Science program. You can read more about the course here.
DILab PhD student Tesca Fitzgerald is featured on Google’s Made with Code. Watch the video here.
DILab undergraduate Christian Tuchez will be interning at the Idaho National Laboratory this summer working in AI. Congratulations, Christian!
For the past two days, Ashok Goel and David Joyner have participated in a bootcamp at Udacity to prepare the first lessons for the upcoming Knowledge-Based AI class for the Georgia Tech Online Master’s in Computer Science.
David Joyner and Ashok Goel have had a paper accepted to the 2014 Intelligent Tutoring Systems conference in Honolulu, Hawaii. The paper is titled Attitudinal Gains from Engagement with Metacognitive Tutors in an Exploratory Learning Environment.
This week, David Joyner presented a paper at the Intelligent User Interfaces conference in Haifa, Israel. The paper is titled MILA-S: Generation of agent-based simulations from conceptual models.
In preparation for developing the Knowledge-Based AI course taught by Ashok Goel, David Joyner completed a five-day bootcamp with Udacity in Mountain View, CA. During this time, he and other new Udacity employees created a miniature course on basic physics principles.
David Joyner has accepted a position with Udacity as a course developer for the Georgia Tech Online Master’s in Computer Science. David will develop the CS7637 Knowledge-Based AI course with Ashok Goel, which will be included in the Master’s program in Fall of 2014.
Christian Tuchez, a third-year undergraduate in computer science, has joined DILab. He is working on the Biologically-Inspired Design project. Welcome, Christian!