While at NeurIPS this past December, I had the pleasure of attending the second annual Black in AI workshop and dinner, which brings in participants from all over the world to showcase their research, share experiences and support one another. I was fortunate enough to spend the day at the workshop and I’m excited to share with you, over the course of this month, conversations with just a few of the great members of this community.
TWIML Presents: Black in AI 2019
TWIML Talk #225Teaching AI to PreschoolersRandi Williams, MIT Media Lab
TWIML Talk #229Pathologies of Neural Models and InterpretabilityAlvin Grissom, Ursinus College
TWIML Talk #230An Optimized Recurrent Unit for Ultra-Low Power Acoustic Event DetectionJustice Amoh, Dartmouth University
TWIML Talk #235Safer Exploration in Deep Reinforcement Learning using Action PriorsSicelukwanda Zwane, University of Witwatersrand