Professor Emeritus Fujio Yamamoto was awarded "MIT App Inventor of the Month".

“Running Q-Learning on your palm," developed by Professor Emeritus Fujio Yamamoto (former professor of the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering), won the "2021 October's MIT App Inventor of the Month" award in the Adult Inventor category in the smartphone app development contest sponsored by the MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. October's MIT App Inventor of the Month", Adult Inventor category.

We received the following critique:

"Retired emeritus professor of Computer Science Fujio, from Japan, created this amazing app to explain the basic idea and mechanism of reinforcement learning (especially Q-Learning), which is a field of artificial intelligence. We needed some MIT students to help us understand the advanced ideas behind this app, and we are glad to see such deep ideas realized in App Inventor."