IBM’s brilliant AI just helped teach a grad-level college course

Missouri School Of JournalismStudents in a lecture hall at the Missouri School Of Journalism A student in Ashok Goel’s class last semester had a question: How long could the computer programs, or “agents,” they were building take to solve problems? Since it was an online course, the student posted the question to the group discussion board. One teaching assistant replied, pointing to a portion of the assignment that set a 15 minute limit. The student clarified that their agent was running a little slow, and could take a bit longer. Another TA, Jill Watson, offered some leeway: “It’s fine if your agent takes a few minutes to run,” she wrote. “If it’s going to take more than 15 minutes to run, please leave notes in the submission about how long we should expect…


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