Author, researcher Freeman A. Jackson on the importance of teaching children the basics of computer science and AI

Freeman Augustus Jackson is a Doctoral Candidate in Computer Science at Aspen University. He is a dedicated researcher with a passion for artificial intelligence and has been working in the field for several years. He has a strong background in computer science, with a Master’s degree in the field from City College of New York, and he is currently working on his Doctor of Science thesis on the topic of Storytelling AI & the FedRamp. Freeman’s research interests include machine learning, natural language processing, and cloud computing. He is also passionate about education and has been involved in various outreach programs, teaching children about the basics of computer science and artificial intelligence. With his extensive knowledge and passion, Freeman is well-suited to write a children’s book on the ABCs of AI. He believes that by introducing children to the concepts of AI at an early age, they will be better equipped to understand and participate in the rapidly advancing field of technology.

Host, producer, engineer:  Donna Morrow Wolfe

Co-host: Karen E. Griffin

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