Dear AI enthusiast,
Thank you so much for supporting Turning Magazine. We, the board of Turning, have news for you. As you may or may not have noticed, we have been searching for new board members the past months since we are all graduating or leaving Turning. Unfortunately, we could not find them and so, we had to look for a new way to ensure the continuation of Turning Magazine.
We brainstormed with the staff of the Artificial Intelligence program at Radboud University and decided that we will incorporate Turning in its curriculum. It’s still in its early stages, but the plan is to include Turning Magazine in one or multiple academic skills courses, so that a number of students that follow that course can run Turning for one semester, before they give it to the next group of students.
We are still fleshing out this plan and when we know what will happen for sure, we’ll post an update. If our plan succeeds, it means that you can still receive an edition of Turning Magazine once or twice per year, although probably not in the current format.
We’re happy to answer any questions you may have. Thank you and we hope you have a nice summer!
All the best,
Turning provides a platform of education and information for all people interested in AI by understandable articles. Turning is a student-organized magazine targeting AI students and anyone interested in the field of AI.
The magazine publishes twice a year, each issue centers around a main topic. Among others content it contains interviews, news, articles, and recommendations.
What started out as ‘De Connectie’ in 1992 has now, more than 25 years later, been revived as ‘Turning’. We are a team of AI-students doing our Bachelor’s/Master’s in Nijmegen, Netherlands, taking another step to bring Artificial Intelligence closer to the public.