In this talk, Neller shared how games can serve as a fun means of teaching not only game-tree search in Artificial Intelligence (AI), but also such diverse topics as constraint satisfaction, logical reasoning, planning, uncertain reasoning, machine learning, and robotics. He observed that teachers teach best when they enjoy what they share and encouraged AI educators present to teach to their unique strengths and enthusiasms.
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Neller, Todd. "Playful AI Education." Presentation given at EAAI-2018: The Eighth Symposium on Educational Advances in Artificial Intelligence, New Orleans, LA, February 2017.