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Ideas for AI “workshop”?


A while ago my university opened a centre of artifical intelligence, CAIR for short. With the opening, my teacher who is the head of this centre, started a new student "club" AI-Student. Any student who is interested in AI can join, this would be mostly IT students tho.

Anyways, in a month or two we have planned to have a "workshop" of some sorts. Over a week-end or even multiple weekends our plan is to have a fun and interactive workshop related to ML/AI focused

Do you guys have any ideas?

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Common Sense, The Turing Test, and The Quest for Real AI, Hector Levesque. The MIT Press (2017), 142

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All The Pretty Pictures

By Leah Hoffmann

Communications of the ACM,

Vol. 60 No. 9, Pages 104-ff


Despite the fact that he does not see very well, Alexei Efros, recipient of the 2016 ACM Prize in Computing and a professor at the University of California at Berkeley, has spent most of his career trying to understand, model, and recreate the visual world. Drawing on the massive collection of images on the Internet, he has used machine learning algorithms to manipulate objects in photographs, translate black-and-white images into color, and identify architecturally revealing details about cities. Here, he talks about harnessing the power of visual complexity.

You were born in St. Petersburg (Russia), and were 14 when you came to the U.S. What drew you to computer science?


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Sorry, Banning ‘Killer Robots’ Just Isn’t Practical

By Wired

August 23, 2017


Russian Platforma-M robotic system

A Russian Platforma-M robotic system seen here in a holding and preparation area in May 2017.

Credit: Igor Zarembo/AP

Late Sunday, 116 entrepreneurs, including Elon Musk, released a letter to the United Nations warning of the dangerous “Pandora’s Box” presented by weapons that make their own decisions about when to kill.

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