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Koichi Hori: Last Lecture

(Diary of an Old AI Researcher who is still Programming)

1 March 2022

Here is my last lecture video at the department of aeronautics and astronautics, School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo (Sorry, only in Japanese).

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