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Ashok Goel is a professor of computer science in the School
of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, USA. He is also the director of Georgia Tech’s
Design and Intelligence Laboratory, and the Ph.D. program
in human-centered computing. For more than 30 years,
Ashok has conducted research into artificial intelligence,
cognitive science, and human-centered computing, with a
focus on computational design, modeling, and creativity.
He is the editor-in-chief of AI Magazine. As part of the
OMSCS KBAI class described here, he developed Jill Watson,
a virtual teaching assistant for answering questions in
online discussion forums.
David Joyner is the product lead in charge of the Georgia
Tech Online Master of Science in Computer Science
(OMSCS) at Udacity, as well as a lecturer in the Georgia Tech
College of Computing, teaching three online classes —
CS6460: Educational Technology; CS6750: Human-Computer Interaction; and CS1301: Introduction to Computing.
He is the founder and director of LucyLabs, a research lab
dedicated to research by and about online students, as well
as the 2016 recipient of the College of Computing’s Lockheed Excellence in Teaching award, and the 2017 recipient
of the College of Computing’s Outstanding Instructor