Dr. Robert G. Reynolds and two of his Ph.D. students from the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (Thomas Palazzolo and David Warnke) were filmed this summer for a segment on their work with the U of M Museum of Anthropological Archaeology Professor John O'Shea and his student Ashley Lemke on the location of lost civilizations underneath Lake Huron using Computational Intelligence and Computer Gaming Technology for the show PBS show "SciTech Now".
Other students from the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory who are currently involved in the project are Areej Salaymeh (Ph.D. Candidate), Angela Allen (Undergraduate supported through UROP), and Samuel Dustin Stanley (Ph.D. Candidate).
This segment will air nationally in episode #208 next week. It will be shown locally on DPTV (Detroit Public TV) next Wednesday, 11/18, at 11 PM.