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AAAI ask me anything video series

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17 August 2022



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Interactive AI Magazine is an official publication from the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI). As part of the magazine, Joshua Eckroth hosts ask me anything (AMA) sessions with members of the community.

There have now been four AMAs recorded. The latest features David Leake answering questions from the community on case-based reasoning. You can watch it here:


You can also watch the first three AMA recordings below:

In this first episode, Brent Venable and Odd Erik Gundersen answer questions such as: “How can we reduce fake news on social media?” and “Are there alternatives to neural nets?”


Toby Walsh talks about ethics and AI / robotics.


Ashok Goel covers the topic of AI and education.


You can find out more about the AMAs at Interactive AI Magazine, or by signing up for the weekly AI alerts by emailing info@i2kconnect.com.



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