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#IJCAI2022 distinguished paper – Plurality veto: A simple voting rule achieving optimal metric distortion

How can we create a voting system that best represents the preferences of the voters?
28 September 2022, by

AIhub monthly digest: September 2022 – environmental conservation, retrosynthesis, and RoboCup

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
27 September 2022, by
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New voices in AI: environmental conservation, with Lily Xu

Lily Xu shares her work and adventures in using AI for environmental conservation.
21 September 2022, by

Keeping learning-based control safe by regulating distributional shift

We propose a new framework to reason about the safety of a learning-based controller with respect to its training distribution.
30 September 2022, by


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Bipedal robot achieves Guinness World Record in 100 metres

Cassie the robot, developed at Oregon State University, records the fastest 100 metres by a bipedal robot.
29 September 2022, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: Rights, trust and ethical choice with Ricardo Baeza-Yates

Host Ben Byford chats to Ricardo Baeza-Yates about responsible AI, the importance of AI governance, questioning people's intent to create AGI, and more.
26 September 2022, by

Recurrent model-free RL can be a strong baseline for many POMDPs

Considering an approach for dealing with realistic problems with noise and incomplete information.
23 September 2022, by

State of the art in the RoboCup Humanoid League

Summarising the different software and hardware components used by teams competing in the KidSize Humanoid League.
22 September 2022, by and

#TalkDataToMe – a new series from The Alan Turing Institute

In the first episode of this video series Tabitha Goldstaub and Andrea Baronchelli discuss NFTs.
20 September 2022, by

Algorithm learns to correct 3D printing errors for different parts, materials and systems

Engineers from the University of Cambridge have developed a machine learning algorithm that can detect and correct a wide variety of different errors in real time.
16 September 2022, by

RoboCup humanoid league: Interview with Jasper Güldenstein

We talked to Jasper Güldenstein about how teams transferred developments from the virtual humanoid league to the real-world league.
15 September 2022, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Tung-Hui Hu

In this episode, hosts Dylan and Jess chat to Tung-Hui Hu about digital lethargy.
13 September 2022, by

Reverse engineering the NTK: towards first-principles architecture design

We propose a paradigm for bringing some principle to the art of architecture design.
12 September 2022, by

Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: September 2022 edition

A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 9 September 2022 and 31 October 2022.
09 September 2022, by

Algorithmically finding ways to synthesize new medicine

Applying a well-known algorithm for solving two-player games to the problem of synthesizing new molecules.
07 September 2022, by and

GRACE Podcast: Dr Harriett Jernigan interviews Dr Nakeema Stefflbauer

In this second episode of the GRACE podcast, Harriett chats to Nakeema Stefflbauer.
06 September 2022, by

Galaxies on graph neural networks

Using Graph Neural Networks, we trained Generative Adversarial Networks to correctly predict the coherent orientations of galaxies in a state-of-the-art cosmological simulation.
05 September 2022, by

#IJCAI invited talk: engineering social and collaborative agents with Ana Paiva

In her invited talk at IJCAI, Ana Paiva talked about some of her work on social robots and agents.
02 September 2022, by

Mixing tokens with Fourier transforms to improve the efficiency of large language models

James Lee-Thorp, Joshua Ainslie and Santiago Ontañón tell us how they are working to improve the efficiency of large language models.
01 September 2022, by

Interview with Paula Harder: super-resolution climate data with physics-based constraints

Paula Harder tells us about work on super-resolution for climate data in a deep-learning architecture where physical laws are enforced.
31 August 2022, by

AIhub monthly digest: August 2022 – cross-lingual transfer, philosophy of cognitive science, and #DLIndaba

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
30 August 2022, by

#IJCAI2022 invited talk: Insights in medicine with Mihaela van der Schaar

Mihaela van der Schaar talks about some of the opportunities for machine learning in medicine.
26 August 2022, by

Tweet round-up from Deep Learning Indaba #DLIndaba

Find out what the participants and organisers have been up to in this round-up of tweets from attendees at Deep Learning Indaba.
25 August 2022, by
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New voices in AI: philosophy, cognitive science and AI, with Dimitri Coelho Mollo

Dimitri Coelho Mollo shares his work on philosophy, cognitive science and AI.
24 August 2022, by

Evaluating cross-lingual transfer: Interview with Dan Malkin

Dan tells us about his NAACL paper on multilingual models, the cross-lingual transfer phenomenon, and how the choice of pretraining languages affects downstream cross-lingual transfer.
23 August 2022, by

auton-survival: An open-source package for regression, counterfactual estimation, evaluation and phenotyping censored time-to-event data

We present auton-survival – a comprehensive Python code repository of user-friendly, machine learning tools for working with censored time-to-event data.
22 August 2022, by

Towards greener and sustainable cities – an event from the Alan Turing Institute

Listen to the talks from this event on developing greener and more environmentally friendly cities using urban data analytics.
19 August 2022, by

Watch the talks from the ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency

Catch up on all of the keynotes, tutorials and research presentations from FAccT 2022.
18 August 2022, by

AAAI ask me anything video series

Watch the AAAI ask me anything videos, which cover topics from case-based reasoning to AI ethics to AI and education.
17 August 2022, by

Using reinforcement learning for control of direct ink writing

Improving the printing technique of viscous materials using reinforcement learning and numerical simulation.







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