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Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: June 2024 edition

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This post contains a list of the AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 10 June and 31 July 2024. All events detailed here are free and open for anyone to attend virtually.

10 June 2024

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

Updating Beliefs on Bayesian Education: Reflections on Research and Teaching Projects
Speaker: Mine Dogucu (University of California Irvine)
Organised by: Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence
Zoom link is here.

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
Sign up here to join.

AI Ethics: Forward-looking expert responsibility for AI development: necessary but democratically undesirable?
Speaker: Maria Hedlund
Organised by: Chalmers University
Register here.

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.

A big telescope and a big computer: how AI and HPC will enable next breakthroughs in our understanding of the Universe
Speaker: Tomasz Kacprzak (ETHZ)
Organised by: EPFL
Join 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.

Tackling Decision Processes with Non-Cumulative Objectives using Reinforcement Learning
Speaker: Maximilian Naegele (Max Planck Erlangen)
Organised by: Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence
Zoom link is here.

18 June 2024

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

25 June 2024

Autonomous Weapon Systems – Future Paths for Regulation
Speaker: Elisabeth Hoffberger-Pippan (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany)
Organised by: The Digital Humanism (DIGHUM) Initiative
The talk will be livestreamed on YouTube 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.

2 July 2024

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Nevin L Zhang
Organised by: Imperial College London
Sign up here.

3 July 2024

Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition in the UK
Speaker: Asress Gikay (Brunel University London)
Organised by: Brunel University London
Register here.

16 July 2024

Title to be confirmed
Speaker: Leo Porter (UC San Diego)
Organised by: Raspberry PI
Sign up here to join.


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.




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




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