Vote In The People's Choice AI Video Award
Written by Mike James   
Tuesday, 02 February 2016

The People's Choice AI video awards are on again and you have until February 15th to vote. Even if you don't want to vote, the videos are worth seeing. 

This is the tenth AAAI (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence) video competition and, as well as the official committee- chosen winners, an award will be made for gaining the highest number of votes from the public.

The rules are simple:

Compose a short video about an exciting AI project, and narrate it so that it is accessible to a broad online audience. We strongly encourage student participation. 

The winners are presented with Shakeys, named after the pioneering Shakey robot, built at SRI, Stanford.




If you want to participate in the voting process:

 just give all your favorite videos a “thumbs up” on YouTube (you may need to click through to youtube to vote). The video with the most thumbs up will be awarded the People’s Choice Award at the AAAI-16 Video Competition Award Ceremony on February 17 in Phoenix Arizona. Voting closes on February 15 at midnight (Arizona time)

 You can see all of the videos in the following playlist:


Some I Programmer favorite picks are:

Deep Neural Networks are Easily Fooled - Mike James

Machine Learning Techniques for Reorchestrating the European Anthem - Lucy Black, David Conrad

Robotic Intelligence - David Conrad, Sue Gee

Quadcopter Navigation in the Forest - Harry Fairhead, Ian Elliot

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