You will prepare and deliver two presentations from the assigned papers. The presentation should go beyond the content of the papers themselves, as you can assume that we all read them. For example, as part of your presentation, you can prepare a hands-on activity that demonstrates the key concept in the paper(s), show relevant videos, develop thought-provoking discussion questions, or expand the material of the papers (e.g., explain related techniques, offer a more thorough description of the problem, or report your own analysis of using the tool or technique described in the paper).
The presentations will be scored based on these criteria:
You will also receive 20 points credit for moderating & generating live open discussions using your own critique but also critique questions that you received from your colleagues.