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Interview with Lily Xu – applying machine learning to the prevention of illegal wildlife poaching

Lily Xu tells us about her work applying machine learning and game theory to wildlife conservation.
20 October 2021, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: AI readiness with Tim El-Sheikh

In this episode, Ben chats with Tim El-Sheikh about ethical AI as the smarter AI, the importance of a business AI strategy, getting data ready, and more.
22 October 2021, by

Join our team of AIhub ambassadors!

We are looking for people to join us as AIhub ambassadors.
21 October 2021, by

What bird is singing? Merlin Bird ID app offers instant answers

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s free Merlin Bird ID app can identify bird sounds.
19 October 2021, by


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Distilling neural networks into wavelet models using interpretations

We propose a method which distills information from a trained DNN into a wavelet transform.
18 October 2021, by

Cynthia Rudin wins AAAI Squirrel AI Award

Duke professor becomes second recipient of AAAI Squirrel AI Award for pioneering socially responsible AI.
15 October 2021, by

What is AI? Stephen Hanson in conversation with Richard Sutton

In the second instalment of this new video series, Stephen Hanson and Richard Sutton discuss artificial general intelligence and whether this could be achieve through reward alone.
14 October 2021, by

The Machine Ethics podcast: What excites you about AI?

This bonus compilation episode looks back at our interviewees answers to the question: What excites you about our AI mediated future?
13 October 2021, by

The Machine Ethics podcast: What scares you about AI?

This bonus compilation episode looks back at interviewees answers to the question: What scares you about our AI mediated future?
13 October 2021, by

Artificial intelligence can help highway departments find bats roosting under bridges

Using photographs and computer vision techniques to automatically detect the presence of bats on bridges.
12 October 2021, by

Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: October 2021 edition

A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 11 October and 30 November 2021.
11 October 2021, by

How a team of musicologists and computer scientists completed Beethoven’s unfinished 10th Symphony

Find out more about the role of artificial intelligence in this project.
08 October 2021, by

New digital tools to track illegal wildlife trade online

Using data from social media platforms in combination with machine learning methods to identify what species and wildlife products are traded online and what are the motives behind the trade.
07 October 2021, by

AI tools for assessing zero-deforestation commitments in Vietnam

The Coffee Vision project is developing a smart monitoring tool to support the certification of sustainable coffee plots in Vietnam.
06 October 2021, by and

AIhub launches focus series on life on land

We are now publishing articles on the latest topic in our series on the UN sustainable development goals.
06 October 2021, by

AIhub coffee corner – foundation models

The AIhub coffee corner captures the musings of AI experts over a 30-minute conversation.
05 October 2021, by

CLAIRE and ELLIS receive German AI Prize 2021

European AI research networks recognised with prestigious award.
04 October 2021, by

Hot papers on arXiv from the past month: September 2021

What’s hot on arXiv? Here are the most tweeted papers that were uploaded onto arXiv during September 2021.
01 October 2021, by

What can I do here? Learning new skills by imagining visual affordances

Can we use an analogous strategy to a child learning in a robotic learning system?
30 September 2021, by

Developing organic batteries using machine learning

Researchers are using machine learning techniques to optimize polymers needed for metal-free, recyclable, organic batteries.
29 September 2021, by

AIhub monthly digest: September 2021 – AI100 report released, Tutorial Tuesdays, and haikus

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
28 September 2021, by

Reducing the cost of localized named entity recognition

How are the COMPRISE project handling named entity recognition in their voice interaction technology?
27 September 2021, by

The limitations of limited context for constituency parsing

We consider the representational power of two important frameworks for constituency parsing.
24 September 2021, by

AI as an accelerator of the energy transition, opportunities for a carbon-free energy system

Find out how the Netherlands aim to take major steps towards increasing renewable energy production and increased electrification.
23 September 2021, by

UK launches National AI Strategy

Today, the UK government released its 10 year National AI Strategy.
22 September 2021, by

Allocating fair shares of land

We consider the problem of fair land allocation where, in addition to geometric constraints on the shapes of the individual pieces, we require the pieces to be separated.
21 September 2021, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Jason Edward Lewis

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Jason Edward Lewis about Indigenous AI.
20 September 2021, by

Life below water focus series round-up: ocean ecosystems, marine litter and autonomous vehicles

We summarise our focus series and highlight further interesting research in the field.
17 September 2021, by

One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100): 2021 report released

AI100 have today published the 2021 study panel report on AI and how it shapes our lives.
16 September 2021, by

Microblogs from ACL 2021

Investigate the Twitter-microblogged papers from ACL, including collections in Indonesian, Italian, French and Arabic.
15 September 2021, by







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