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Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: May 2024 edition

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This post contains a list of the AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 13 May and 30 June 2024. All events detailed here are free and open for anyone to attend virtually.

13 May 2024

Faithful Model Explanations through Energy-Constrained Conformal Counterfactuals
Speaker: Patrick Altmeyer (Delft University of Technology)
Organised by: Imperial College London
Sign up here.

Bacteria to AI: Human Futures with Our Nonhuman Symbionts
Speaker: Katherine Hayles
Organised by: Cambridge Digital Humanities
Register here.

14 May 2024

Generative AI is changing undergraduate education; and undergraduate research too!
Speaker: Stephen MacNeil, Andrew Tran & Irene Hou (Temple University)
Organised by: Raspberry PI
Sign up here to join.

Theorizing Regulatory Data Infrastructure
Speaker: Stefania Milan (University of Amsterdam)
Organised by: The Digital Humanism (DIGHUM) Initiative
The talk will be livestreamed on YouTube here.

24 May 2024

A Machine Learning approach for Chicken Diseases Diagnostics at Farm Level
Speaker: Dina Machuve
Organised by: Climate Change AI
Register here.

27 May 2024

The Eye of the Master: A Social History of Artificial Intelligence
Speaker: Matteo Pasquinelli
Organised by: Cambridge Digital Humanities
Register here nearer the time.

28 May 2024

AI Ethics: Foundational Challenges in Assuring Safety and Alignment of Large Language Models
Speaker: Usman Anwar
Organised by: Chalmers University
Register here.

29 May 2024

When Do Decision Makers Use Visualisation?
Speaker: Mai Elshehaly (City University of London)
Organised by: Brunel University London
Register here.

30 May 2024

SHAP-XRT: The Shapley Value Meets Conditional Independence Testing
Speaker: Jacopo Taneggi & Beepul Bharti
Organised by: Imperial College London
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3 June 2024

Rules and Algorithms
Speaker: Lorraine Daston
Organised by: Cambridge Digital Humanities
Register here nearer the time.

4 June 2024

Civic Virtue and Digital Technology
Speaker: Wessel Reijers (Paderborn University)
Organised by: The Digital Humanism (DIGHUM) Initiative
The talk will be livestreamed on YouTube here.

10 June 2024

Who Do We Become When We Talk to Machines?
Speaker: Sherry Turkle
Organised by: Cambridge Digital Humanities
Register here nearer the time.

11 June 2024

Generative AI Degrades Online Communities
Speaker: Gordon Burtch (Boston University)
Organised by: The Digital Humanism (DIGHUM) Initiative
The talk will be livestreamed on YouTube here.

Using a feedback literacy approach, what are secondary educators’ views of LLM-generated explanations of program error messages?
Speaker: Veronica Cucuiat (Raspberry Pi Foundation)
Organised by: Raspberry PI
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12 June 2024

Exploring the Synergy of Machine Learning and Healthcare Advancements
Speaker: Zahraa Abdallah (University of Bristol)
Organised by: Brunel University London
Register here.

17 June 2024

Who Do We Become When We Talk to Machines?
Speaker: Chris Wiggins and Matthew L. Jones
Organised by: Cambridge Digital Humanities
Register here nearer the time.

18 June 2024

DiConStruct: Causal Concept-based Explanations through Black-Box Distillation
Speaker: Jacopo Bono
Organised by: Imperial College London
Sign up here.

26 June 2024

Remixing the real world: How to use synthetic images and videos to train more robust deep learning models
Speaker: Ivan Nikolov (Aalborg University)
Organised by: Brunel University London
Register here.


To see past and forthcoming events for 2024, please see our dedicated 2024 seminar 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.



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




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