Lucy Smith



I am the Managing Editor for AIhub. I previously spent 12 years as a Publisher at IOP Publishing and have a physics background. I hold a PhD in Physics from the University of Exeter and a first degree in Theoretical Physics from the University of York. In 2019 I spent four months cycling the length of Europe and currently live in Bristol, UK.




recent posts:


›   AlphaFold advances protein folding research


›   Hot papers on arXiv from the past month – November 2020


›   Focus on good health and well-being: call for contributions


›   12th Asian Conference on Machine Learning


›   ODI Summit 2020


›   Recent and forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: November edition


›   Fancy writing for AIhub? We are recruiting ambassadors


›   AI-assisted camera system to monitor seabird behaviour


›   Interview with Nedjma Ousidhoum – talking NLP and AI ethics


›   Hot papers on arXiv from the past month – October 2020


›   Improvising with an AI musician


›   New sparse RNN architecture applied to autonomous vehicle control


›   International conference on intelligent robots and systems (IROS)


›   Space and artificial intelligence – an online conference


›   Machine learning and AI seminars: a list of recent and forthcoming events


›   Making Europe a leader in AI: in conversation with Venki Ramakrishnan, Antoine Petit and Martin Stratmann


›   Hot papers on arXiv from the past month – September 2020


›   Ethics of connected and automated vehicles: a European Commission expert group report


›   Adversarial generation of extreme samples


›   ECAI plenary talk: Carme Torras on assistive AI


›   fast.ai release new courses and more


›   Hot papers on arXiv from the past month – August 2020


›   New AI research institutes announced in USA


›   #ICML2020 invited talk: Iordanis Kerenidis – “Quantum machine learning : prospects and challenges”


›   Hot papers on arXiv from the past month – July 2020


›   #ICML2020 invited talk: Brenna Argall – “Human and machine learning for assistive autonomy”


›   “I have a joke…”


›   #ICML2020 invited talk: Lester Mackey – “Doing some good with machine learning”


›   #ICML2020 – the conference in tweets


›   Congratulations to the #ICML2020 outstanding paper award winners





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