I am teaching artificial intelligence in spring 2017.
I lead a seminar class focussing on the intersection of machine learning and health at Northeastern in fall (2016).
Previously, I taught 3 semesters of a popular Applied Data Mining class at UT Austin (INF385). This course aimed to introduce the fundamentals of data mining/machine learning via hands-on exercises, homeworks and projects. Imparting practical data science skills was a particular emphasis here. To this end, I made heavy use of Python notebooks -- see the course GitHub here.
And once upon a time I co-developed and taught 150AIH: artificial intelligence in health informatics at Tufts University, alongside Kevin Small.