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12 - Learning to Act from Part III - Reasoning, Learning and Acting with Uncertainty David L. Poole, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Alan K. Mackworth, University of Author: David L. Poole, Alan K. Mackworth. Learn to Act - Conversation and Book Launch Arts Catalyst hosts a conversation with Doina Petrescu, Kathrin Böhm and Tom James to launch their new book Learn to Act Doina Petrescu and Kathrin Böhm are co-founders of the Eco Nomadic School, a network of locally-based projects across Europe who have been visiting each other over the last Short stories for kids are stories, either fiction or non-fiction, that have a quick beginning, middle, and end with classic story elements, such as problem and solution, cause and effect, characters of different types, and good, solid themes.
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