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Feb 1, 2019

From the artificial intelligence storied institution Carnegie Mellon, Professor Steve Smith joins us and discusses his work, but first outlines where we are with AI, "there are people there claiming that super intelligence will be a point of singularity, where machines will sort of take over. I could believe that...


Jan 1, 2019

Universidad Simón Bolívar Professor Blai Bonet joins us and discusses the issue at hand as he sees it, "In computer science and AI in particular, all the problems that we try to solve, almost all of them, they are intractable. Intractability means that you need an exponential amount of resources. It could be time, it...


Dec 1, 2018

Tulane University Associate Professor Dr. K. Brent Venable joins us and discusses her work focusing on how to bring the rational and irrational together. Actually, part of my research is that. My research in artificial intelligence is in knowledge representation, and in these ways of modeling preferences. Something that...


Nov 1, 2018

University of Maryland Asst. Professor John Dickerson joins us and discusses his work at the intersection of computer science, AI, and economics, with a focus on solving practical problems using stochastic optimization and machine learning. He studies, "anything having to do with markets which sounds traditionally...


Oct 1, 2018

Cornell University Assistant Professor Ross Knepper joins us and shares his thoughts on robotics being additive to the human experience, "robots have penetrated most of the domains that have no people in them. So we have robots in factories, we have robots exploring Mars. We have robots exploring Antarctica and under...