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Mark Riedl | BLM
It is beginning to dawn on me how weird I am with regard to the current majority of AI researchers. I came to AI out of HCI. There has always been an element of interacting with users or modeling humans in my work. I publish in AAAI, IJCAI, NAACL, and CHI.
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Mark Riedl | BLM 21 Mar 19
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So anyway... Hi 👋 welcome to my world fellow AI travelers. Glad to have you along for the ride. Humans exist. Humans are fun. Humans are hard.
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Dr. Stevie Chancellor 22 Mar 19
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We should talk about this at some point! I feel like , myself, and the lab in general have been thinking about similar things (data science/ML people who are sitting in these interdisciplinary spaces, me who came from comm to HCI and ML/AI)
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Mark Riedl | BLM 22 Mar 19
.: doing Human-Centered AI for more than a decade :-)
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Julian Togelius 21 Mar 19
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So many people in the AI community behave like optimization algorithms rather than researchers. "Here's an objective function; go increase its value". I'm not complaining, though. This leaves more room for those of us who are interested in asking new, hard questions.
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fuhainaA ©🕊️ 22 Mar 19
Replying to @togelius @mark_riedl
I never really see AI people in that context. Yes..you are so right. Researchers ask and answer their own hard questions. I am none of the above. This is an eye opener for me. a knowledge seeker.
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Abhishek Gupta 22 Mar 19
100% we need more people coming from a variety of backgrounds to operate in a cross disciplinary fashion. Especially so in the case of That's the focus of the fellowship as well to have people coming from non traditional bg
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Giles Lane 23 Mar 19
Also important that the general public understand what’s at stake in . Need for good info/media/data literacy tools & education paramount for public dialogue
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Rumman Chowdhury 22 Mar 19
Replying to @mark_riedl
Yesss - love, a quantitative social scientist in AI.
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