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Our monthly digest now available in video form

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07 February 2022



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Welcome to our monthly digest in video form. Here, we present some of the AI research stories, events and news from the month past. These all featured in our text version of the monthly digest, which we published last week.

This month, we cover our new series New voices in AI, find out about bug bounties, and celebrate an arXiv milestone.


Read the January 2022 monthly digest here.

Find our back catalogue of monthly digests here.

To suggest research, news, events or other AI-related content that we should feature in the next digest, please do drop us an email.




Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.




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