Recognizing actions using embodiment and empathy by Robert McIntyre
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It is March, 2014. Winston has been thinking about how a program could recognize human actions, but he is getting nowhere, so he decides to waste some time reading his email. He receives a draft of McIntyre's thesis. He reads chapter 1, skims chapter 2, and reads 3 and 4.
This is it! he says. This isn't just any MEng thesis, it has changed the way I think! It's definitely a candidate for the EECS MEng thesis prize; too bad I don't have time to do something about it before the nomination deadline.
You volunteer to help and agree to supply Professor Winston with some talking points in the form of a draft nomination letter.