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teaching machines

Hi, I'm Chris.

And I teach machines to do things. Also, I teach people how to teach machines at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. Collected here are my course materials, research notes, and students' work.

CS 330

CS 318

CS 491

Student Gallery

Jonathan F. and Katie R. developed a voice-animated storybook for a research project. The mobile device recognizes the reader's speech. If the spoken words match the narrative, animations play and the story unfolds.

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Trux Falsy is a game for practicing boolean logic. You should play it. The source code is freely available. A lot of it was hastily written in Peru.


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