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
Mathijs de Weerdt
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
The limitations of limited context for constituency parsing
We consider the representational power of two important frameworks for constituency parsing.
24 September 2021, by
UK launches National AI Strategy
Today, the UK government released its 10 year National AI Strategy.
22 September 2021, by
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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
The Radical AI Podcast
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
The Machine Ethics podcast: responsible AI research with Madhulika Srikumar
In this episode, Ben chats with Madhulika Srikumar about AI research, how we can think responsibly about our work, and how best to manage the associated risks.
14 September 2021, by
The Machine Ethics Podcast
Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: September 2021 edition
A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 13 September and 31 October 2021.
13 September 2021, by
AIhub coffee corner: AI at the Olympics
Inspired by the Olympics and Paralympics, this month we discuss sports and the role AI and robotics could play.
10 September 2021, by
Focus on life on land: call for contributions
We are looking for AI researchers, users and stakeholders to write, or talk, about their work relating to life on land.
10 September 2021, by
“Connection with the past”: using AI to help find and preserve Europe’s historical smells
An ambitious project aims to investigate how scents defined communities in the past.
09 September 2021, by
Strategic instrumental variable regression: recovering causal relationships from strategic responses
How can we infer causal relationships in data while employing a decision-making model?
08 September 2021, by
What is AI? Stephen Hanson in conversation with Michael Jordan
In this brand new series of conversations about AI, Stephen José Hanson talks to Michael I Jordan.
07 September 2021, by
Stephen José Hanson
Researchers develop real-time lyric generation technology to inspire song writing
LyricJam, a real-time system that uses machine learning to generate lyric lines for live instrumental music.
06 September 2021, by
University of Waterloo
Congratulations to the authors of the #IJCAI2021 distinguished papers
Find out who won the best conference paper awards at IJCAI this year.
03 September 2021, by
Energy as a fundamental right
Finding the optimum amount of free electricity to tackle energy poverty.
02 September 2021, by
Mustafa Sinan Mustafaoğlu
M. Özgür Kayalica
Hot papers on arXiv from the past month: August 2021
What’s hot on arXiv? Here are the most tweeted papers that were uploaded onto arXiv during August 2021.
01 September 2021, by
AIhub monthly digest: August 2021 – IJCAI, RoboCupJunior, and happy birthday to arXiv
Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
31 August 2021, by
#IJCAI2021 invited talks round-up 2: system two deep learning, and knowledge representation for generalisation
In the second in our series of summaries of the invited talks from IJCAI2021, we cover the talks by Yoshua Bengio and Michael Thielscher.
27 August 2021, by
RoboCupJunior: Interview with Amy Eguchi
Find out more about the RoboCup competitions for younger participants.
26 August 2021, by
#IJCAI2021 invited talks round-up 1: fairness in multiwinner voting, and combining AI and robotics to augment human abilities
In the first in our series of summaries of the invited talks from IJCAI2021, we cover the talks by Edith Elkind and Masahiro Fujita.
25 August 2021, by
Congratulations to the #IJCAI2021 best paper award winners
Find out who won the AIJ classic paper, AIJ prominent paper, and JAIR best paper awards.
24 August 2021, by
Tweet round-up from #IJCAI2021 – workshops and tutorials
We round-up some of the Twitter chat about the IJCAI events that took place over the weekend. We also look forward to the week ahead.
23 August 2021, by
The Machine Ethics podcast: AI regulation with Lofred Madzou
In this episode, Ben chats with Lofred Madzou about AI as a journey to understand ourselves.
20 August 2021, by
The Machine Ethics Podcast
What’s coming up at #IJCAI2021?
Find out what's coming up at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
18 August 2021, by
Universal weakly supervised segmentation by pixel-to-segment contrastive learning
Can a machine learn from a few labeled pixels to predict every pixel in a new image?
17 August 2021, by
Machine learning technique to help keep your personal data your own
A new machine learning model puts ‘noise’ into personal images to stop artificial intelligence programs from exploiting and misusing your data.
16 August 2021, by
Pursuit, University of Melbourne
A unifying, game-theoretic framework for imitation learning
In this post we explore imitation learning and consider online, offline, and interactive methods.
13 August 2021, by
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