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Lucy Smith



I am the Managing Editor for AIhub. I hold a PhD in Physics from the University of Exeter and a first degree in Theoretical Physics from the University of York. Prior to AIhub, I worked in academic publishing, which followed a short stint as a postdoctoral researcher. In 2019 I spent four months cycling the length of Europe and currently live in Bristol, UK.




recent posts:


›   Bootstrapped meta-learning – an interview with Sebastian Flennerhag


›   AIhub monthly digest: May 2022 – RoboCup virtual, neural collapse, and human-AI collaboration


›   Interview with Alessandra Rossi: an insight into the RoboCup virtual humanoid league


›   Science communication for AI researchers – an AIhub tutorial at IJCAI-ECAI 2022


›   Watch the sessions from AI UK


›   Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: May 2022 edition


›   #ICLR2022 invited talk round-up 2: Beyond interpretability


›   #ICLR2022 invited talk round-up 1: AI for science – protein structure prediction


›   AIhub monthly digest: April 2022 – images of AI, data justice, and winning at bridge


›   Advancing data justice – a short documentary


›   Congratulations to the 2022 ICLR outstanding paper award winners!


›   Join our team of AIhub ambassadors!


›   Turing Institute panel discussion on interpretability, safety and security in AI


›   Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: April 2022 edition


›   New technologies in the justice system – a UK Justice and Home Affairs Committee report


›   AIhub monthly digest: March 2022 – Lanfrica, AI index report, and conferences galore


›   AI UK – discussing the national AI strategy, AI Standards Hub, and data in the public eye


›   Interview with Virginie Do – #AAAI2022 outstanding paper award winner


›   2022 Artificial Intelligence Index Report published


›   Lanfrica: connecting African language resources – an interview with the team


›   #AAAI2022 invited talks – data-centric AI and robust deep learning


›   Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: March 2022 edition


›   #AAAI2022 invited talk – Cynthia Rudin on interpretable machine learning


›   Video digest: February 2022 – AAAI, new voices and a song contest


›   Bart Selman’s presidential address at #AAAI2022 – incomprehensible truths, fragile chains and hidden crystals


›   Hot papers on arXiv from the past month: February 2022


›   AIhub monthly digest: February 2022 – AAAI 2022 in progress, the life of a dataset, and AI valentines


›   Congratulations to the #AAAI2022 award winners


›   AI Song Contest returns for 2022


›   The life of a dataset in machine learning research – interview with Bernard Koch





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