Zenna Tavares Interview – Inverse Programming for Deeper AI with Zenna Tavares

For today’s show, the final episode of our Black in AI Series, I’m joined by Zenna Tavares, a PhD student in the both the department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT. I spent some time with…

Charles Onu Interview – Classical Machine Learning for Infant Medical Diagnosis

In this episode, part 4 in our Black in AI series, i’m joined by Charles Onu, Phd Student at McGill University in Montreal & Founder of Ubenwa, a startup tackling the problem of infant mortality due to asphyxia. Using SVMs and other techniques from the…

Ayanna Howard Interview – Trust in Human-Robot/AI Interactions

In this episode, the third in our Black in AI series, I speak with Ayanna Howard, Chair of the Interactive School of Computing at Georgia Tech. Ayanna joined me for a lively discussion about her work in the field of human-robot interaction. We dig deep…

UGA students and faculty share their thoughts on artificial intelligence

With shows and films like “Black Mirror,” “Her” and “Ex Machina,” artificial intelligence has been cast in a bad light. However, if you ask John Weatherford, a professor in the New Media Institute at the University of Georgia, AI isn’t all bad. We actually utilize…

Stephen Hawking – The Nature of Black Holes – YouTube

Professor Hawking examines scientific thinking about black holes and challenges the idea that all matter and information is destroyed irretrievably within them. He explains his own hypothesis that black holes may emit a form of radiation, now known as Hawking Radiation. He discusses the search…