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The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Doug Fisher
CS (TBA), Vanderbilt University

Sequential Decision Analytics and Modeling
Warren Powell
ORF 411 / ELE 411, Princeton University

Urban Analytics
David Shmoys
ORIE 2380, Cornell University

  • FA18

Mathematical Modeling with applications to Biology, Climate and Sustainability
Mary Lou Zeeman
MATH 3108, Bowdoin College

  • SP18

Data for Development
Stefano Ermon
CS 325B / Earthsys 162/262, Stanford University

Applied Microeconomics II (Topic: Dynamic Optimization)
Jon Conrad
AEM 7020, Cornell University

  • SP17
  • SP18

Artificial Intelligence for Social Good
Milind Tambe
CSCI 599, University of Southern California

Decision Making in Natural Resource Management
Angela Fuller
NTRES 4601, Cornell University

  • SP17

Dynamical systems with applications to Biology, Climate and Sustainability
Mary Lou Zeeman
MATH 3208, Bowdoin College

  • SP17

Ethical and Social Issues in AI
Bart Selman
CS 4732, Cornell University

Computing, Environment, and Energy
Doug Fisher
CS 3892, Vanderbilt University

Freshman Academy
Milind Tambe
ENGR 102, University of Southern California

Operations and Information Engineering
Warren Powell
ORF 411 / ELE 411, Princeton University

  • FA16

Computational Sustainability
Bistra Dilkina
CSE 8802, Georgia Institute of Technology

Excursions in Computational Sustainability
Carla Gomes
CS/AEM/INFO 2770, Cornell University

Intelligent Agents and Decision Making
Alan Fern
CS 533, Oregon State University

Optimal Learning
Warren Powell
ORF 418, Princeton University

Security and Game Theory
Milind Tambe
ISE 599, University of Southern California

Topics in Computational Sustainability
Stefano Ermon
CS 325, Stanford University