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#AAAI2024 invited talk: Milind Tambe – using ML for social good

Winner of the 2024 AAAI Award for Artificial Intelligence for the Benefit of Humanity, Milind spoke about recent projects.
01 March 2024, by

AIhub monthly digest: February 2024 – causal relations in text, applied reinforcement learning, and AAAI 2024

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
29 February 2024, by

#AAAI2024 in tweets: part two

Find out what the conference participants got up to during the second half of the event.
28 February 2024, by

Unlocking the potential of entity-centric knowledge graphs: transforming healthcare and beyond

The concept of entity-centric knowledge graphs holds promise in reshaping how we organize, access, and leverage data.
27 February 2024, by and


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The Machine Ethics podcast: New forms of story telling with Guy Gadney

In this episode, Ben chats to Guy Gadney about new forms of story telling, placing people inside a story, natural language in games, and more.
04 March 2024, by

Congratulations to the #AAAI2024 outstanding paper winners

The winners of the outstanding papers were announced at the conference during the opening ceremony.
26 February 2024, by

#AAAI2024 in tweets: part one

Find out what the conference participants have been up to over the past few days.
23 February 2024, by

Congratulations to the #AAAI2024 award winners

Find out who has won the prestigious 2024 awards for their contributions to the field.
22 February 2024, by

How to speak to the public about AI – a Michael Wooldridge talk at #AAAI2024 today

Attend Michael Wooldridge's talk at AAAI today (2-3pm) to find out more about how to communicate about AI
21 February 2024, by

Interview with Célian Ringwald: Natural language processing and knowledge graphs

PhD student, and AAAI Doctoral Consortium participant, Célian tells us about his research so far.
20 February 2024, by

AI will let us read ‘lost’ ancient works in the library at Herculaneum for the first time

First passages of rolled-up Herculaneum scroll revealed.
19 February 2024, by

Datalike: Interview with Pratibha V Shambhangoudar

As part of their Datalike project, Isabella Bicalho-Frazeto and Ndane Ndazhaga talk to Pratibha V Shambhangoudar about how she came to pursue a career in technology.

What’s coming up at #AAAI2024?

Find out what's on the programme at AAAI, due to take place in Vancouver next week.
15 February 2024, by

Interview with Elizabeth Ondula: Applied reinforcement learning

We spoke to Elizabeth Ondula about her work applying reinforcement learning in different domains.
13 February 2024, by

Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: February 2024 edition

A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 12 February and 31 March 2024.
12 February 2024, by

The Good Robot Podcast: Featuring Emily M. Bender and Alex Hanna

In this episode, Eleanor and Kerry talk to Emily M. Bender and Alex Hanna about AI hype.
09 February 2024, by

Long-term monitoring of bird flocks in the wild – interview with Kshitiz

Developing and applying computer vision techniques and datasets for non-invasive monitoring and analysis of migratory bird flocks in their natural habitats.
08 February 2024, by

RoboChem: a platform for optimising photochemical processes

Chemists at the University of Amsterdam have developed an autonomous chemical synthesis robot with an integrated machine learning unit.
07 February 2024, by

A list of resources, articles, and opinion pieces relating to generative AI models – February 2024 update

We've updated our list to include the latest LLM and generative AI resources.
06 February 2024, by and

Researchers train robotic sensor to read braille at high speed

Researchers have developed a robotic sensor that incorporates artificial intelligence techniques to read braille at speeds roughly double that of most human readers.
05 February 2024, by

Chameleon AI program classifies objects in satellite images faster

Programme uses just a handful of images to rapidly characterize new objects like ocean debris, deforestation zones, and urban areas.
02 February 2024, by

Interview with Fiona Anting Tan: Researching causal relations in text

In the second of our series of interviews with AAAI Doctoral Consortium participants, we hear from Fiona Anting Tan, PhD student at the National University of Singapore.
01 February 2024, by

The Good Robot Podcast: Melissa Heikkilä on why the stories we tell about AI matter

In this episode, Eleanor and Kerry talk to Melissa Heikkilä about why the stories we tell about AI matter
31 January 2024, by

AIhub monthly digest: January 2024 – closed-loop robot planning, crowdsourced clustering, and trustworthiness in GPT models

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
30 January 2024, by

Large language models validate misinformation, according to research

Systematic testing of OpenAI’s GPT-3 reveals that question format can influence models to agree with misinformation
29 January 2024, by

“Legal AI is a bit of a Wild West right now”

Leiden researcher Masha Medvedeva talks about the growing number of AI tools being developed for the legal sector.
26 January 2024, by

We used AI and satellite imagery to map ocean activities that take place out of sight, including fishing, shipping and energy development

A study combines satellite images, vessel GPS data and AI to reveal human industrial activities across the ocean
25 January 2024, by

Interview with Bo Li: A comprehensive assessment of trustworthiness in GPT models

Find out more about work that won an outstanding datasets and benchmark track award at NeurIPS 2023.
24 January 2024, by

Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: January 2024 edition

A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 23 January and 29 February 2024.
23 January 2024, by

The Good Robot Podcast: Rebecca Woods on large language models, language and meaning

In this episode, Eleanor and Kerry talk to Rebecca Woods about large language models.
22 January 2024, by







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