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Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: June 2022 edition

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This post contains a list of the AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 13 June 2022 and 31 July 2022. All events detailed here are free and open for anyone to attend virtually.

13 June 2022

Learning to predict complex outputs: a kernel view
Speaker: Florence d’Alché-Buc
Organised by: London School of Economics and Political Science
Register here.

14 June 2022

Linear regression models 2
Speaker: Michal Fabinger
Organised by: Machine Learning Tokyo
Sign up here.

15 June 2022

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Miguel Rodrigues (University College London)
Organised by: One World Signal Processing
To sign up, subscribe to the mailing list here.

16 June 2022

Shannon Entropy from Category Theory
Speaker: John Baez (UC Riverside)
Organised by: University of Lisbon
Register here.

17 June 2022

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Maurice Weiler (University of Amsterdam)
Organised by: UCL ELLIS
Zoom link is here.

20 June 2022

Long-range predictability of the length of day and links to climate prediction
Speaker: Adam Scaife (Met Office Hadley Centre)
Organised by: ECMWF
Bluejeans link here.

21 June 2022

Linear regression models 3
Speaker: Michal Fabinger
Organised by: Machine Learning Tokyo
Sign up here.

Robot Learning
Speaker: Jan Peters
Organised by: AIDA
Zoom link is here.

23 June 2022

Geometric Deep Learning: Grids, Graphs, Groups, Geodesics and Gauges
Speaker: Petar Veličković (DeepMind and University of Cambridge)
Organised by: University of Lisbon
Register here.

24 June 2022

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Rebecca Lewis (Imperial College London)
Organised by: UCL ELLIS
Zoom link is here.

26 June 2022

Is AutoAttack/AutoBench a suitable Benchmark for Adversarial Robustness?
Speaker: Peter Lorenz (Fraunhofer ITWM)
Organised by: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics
To attend, subscribe here.

28 June 2022

Linear regression models 4
Speaker: Michal Fabinger
Organised by: Machine Learning Tokyo
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Accelerated discovery
Speaker: Alessandro Curioni
Organised by: The Alan Turing Institute
Sign up here.

30 June 2022

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Lars Nieradzik (Fraunhofer ITWM)
Organised by: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics
To attend, subscribe here.

Geodesy of irregular small bodies via neural density fields: geodesyNets
Speaker: Dario Izzo (European Space Agency)
Organised by: University of Lisbon
Register here.

7 July 2022

Interactive learning for Neurosciences – Between Simulation and Reality
Speaker: Audrey Durand (IID, Université Laval)
Organised by: University of Lisbon
Register here.

Combating mode collapse in GAN training
Speaker: Avraam Chatzimichailidis (Fraunhofer ITWM)
Organised by: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics
To attend, subscribe here.

14 July 2022

Dimensionally Consistent Learning with Buckingham Pi
Speaker: Joseph Bakarji (University of Washington)
Organised by: University of Lisbon
Register here.

Federated Learning
Speaker: Nico Weber & Patrick Holzer (Fraunhofer ITWM)
Organised by: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics
To attend, subscribe here.

19 July 2022

Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference
Organised by: Information Commissioner’s Office
Sign up here.

21 July 2022

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Paul Gavrikov (University Offenburg, IMLA)
Organised by: Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics
To attend, subscribe here.


To see past and forthcoming events for 2022, please see our dedicated 2022 seminar page.

For 2020 and 2021 events, please see our 2020 and 2021 seminars page.

If you’d like to visit the webpages of the universities and other organisations that are running regular programmes of seminars, then click here to see our list.

If you are aware of any seminars (both standalone and series) that we’ve missed then please just send us an email and we’ll add them to the list.




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




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