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Introducing new voices in AI

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20 January 2022



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What started as a pile of loose post-it notes ideas has transformed into our latest series and we are very excited to announce “New voices in AI”!

What is “New voices in AI”?

It can be hard to be heard over the sheer volume of AI research being generated every day. This is especially true for those starting out in the field so here at AIhub we wanted to lend a hand. Therefore in this series we amplify the voices of PhD students, early career researchers, and those in the field of AI with a fresh perspective.

Each episode I (Joe Daly) have a conversation with someone new about their work and what inspires them. Throughout the series we will include a range of AI topics from across the globe to highlight the great diversity in the field.

When and where can I find “New voices in AI”?

Starting from next week (Wednesday 26th January) we will be uploading a new interview to AIhub.org. The interviews might be in audio podcast or written format. Interviews in the podcast format will always have a transcript to ensure accessibility.

How can I get involved?

We always welcome suggestions for new people to feature and we would love to hear from you!

To get involved, or ask any questions about the series, contact me at joedaly.aihuborg@gmail.com



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Joe Daly Engagement Manager for AIhub
Joe Daly Engagement Manager for AIhub




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