One Summer at Brown I taught a course on Artificial Intelligence & Society through Brown's STEM II Summer program. The course explored the central ideas of AI and the anticipated societal impacts of AI and automation.
CS8 presents a broad study of the big ideas of computer science, emphasizing the field's relevance to society and to other academic disciplines; it serves as an introductory CS course aimed at non-concentrators here at Brown. The course was designed by Prof. Michael Littman.
I taught CS8 at Brown during my PhD with an excellent group of TAs. All slides from the course are available below (as pdfs):
I gave an invited talk at MSR Redmond on abstraction in reinforcement learning.
I gave an invited talk at the meta-learning workshop at Neurips 2019.
In 2017, I gave a TED style talk through Brown Research Matters called How Artificial Intelligence Should Model The World.
My python tutorial can be found here.