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

Hear from Andrew Ng and Marta Kwiatkowska, two of the plenary speakers at the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
16 March 2022, by

imodels: leveraging the unreasonable effectiveness of rules

imodels provides a simple unified interface and implementation for many state-of-the-art interpretable modeling techniques, particularly rule-based methods.
14 March 2022, by

AI can help doctors work faster – but trust is crucial

If artificial intelligence is to be of help in healthcare, people and machines must be able to work effectively together.
11 March 2022, by

#AAAI2022 invited talk – Cynthia Rudin on interpretable machine learning

The winner of the AAAI Squirrel AI award talks about using interpretable models for real-world applications, such as power grids and medicine.
09 March 2022, by

Why spectral normalization stabilizes GANs: analysis and improvements

We investigate the training stability of generative adversarial networks (GANs).
07 March 2022, by

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

The current AAAI president talks about the state of AI and highlights three examples of AI for the acceleration of scientific discovery.
03 March 2022, by


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Hot papers on arXiv from the past month: February 2022

What’s hot on arXiv? Here are the most tweeted papers that were uploaded onto arXiv during February 2022.
02 March 2022, by

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

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
28 February 2022, by

Artificial intelligence and big data to help preserve wildlife

Research collaborators propose that animal ecologists can capitalize on large datasets generated by modern sensors by combining machine learning approaches with domain knowledge.
25 February 2022, by

Beach bots, sea ‘raptors’ and marine toolsets mobilised to get rid of marine litter

Find out about the different EU research projects are concerned with reducing marine litter, including an autonomous litter-picking robot.
18 February 2022, by

The unsupervised reinforcement learning benchmark

We consider the unsupervised RL problem - how do we learn useful behaviors without supervision and then adapt them to solve downstream tasks quickly?
14 February 2022, by

Improving RL with lookahead: learning off-policy with online planning

We suggest using a policy that looks ahead using a learned model to find the best action sequence.
11 February 2022, by

Machine learning fine-tunes graphene synthesis

Rice University lab uses computer models to advance graphene synthesis process.
08 February 2022, by

Sequence modeling solutions for reinforcement learning problems

We tackle large-scale reinforcement learning problems with the toolbox of sequence modeling.
03 February 2022, by

Hot papers on arXiv from the past month: January 2022

What’s hot on arXiv? Here are the most tweeted papers that were uploaded onto arXiv during January 2022.
01 February 2022, by

AIhub monthly digest: January 2022 – new voices in AI, bug bounties, and arXiv hits two million

Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
31 January 2022, by

Pulling back the curtain on neural networks

“Explainable AI is not something you produce or consume. It’s an educational experience, and the bottom line is that we need to focus on helping the humans to solve problems.”
28 January 2022, by

#NeurIPS2021 invited talks round-up: part three – the collective intelligence of army ants

In this third round-up of the invited talks at NeurIPS 2021, we cover the final talk by Radhika Nagpal.
27 January 2022, by

AI powers autonomous materials discovery

Integrating robotic materials synthesis and a hierarchy of AI methods to map out processing phase diagrams.
25 January 2022, by

Artificial intelligence helps speed up ecological surveys

A deep-learning model for counting the number of seals in aerial photos that is considerably faster than doing it by hand.
24 January 2022, by

An energy-based perspective on learning observation models

We propose a conceptually novel approach to mapping sensor readings into states.
21 January 2022, by

RLiable: towards reliable evaluation and reporting in reinforcement learning

Practical approaches to improve the rigour of deep reinforcement learning algorithm comparison.
19 January 2022, by

#NeurIPS2021 invited talks round-up: part two – benign overfitting, optimal transport, and human and machine intelligence

Continuing our series of round-ups of the invited talks from NeurIPS, we cover three more presentations.
14 January 2022, by

Which mutual information representation learning objectives are sufficient for control?

How can we best design representation learning objectives?
10 January 2022, by

Hot papers on arXiv from the past month: December 2021

What’s hot on arXiv? Here are the most tweeted papers that were uploaded onto arXiv during December 2021.
06 January 2022, by

Keeping one step ahead of earthquakes

Damaging earthquakes can strike at any time. While we can’t prevent them from occurring, we can make sure casualties, economic loss and disruption of essential services are kept to a minimum.
04 January 2022, by

Understanding user interfaces with screen parsing

We introduce the problem of screen parsing, which we use to predict structured user interface models from visual information.
03 January 2022, by

Bridge data: boosting generalization of robotic skills with cross-domain datasets

With our proposed dataset and multi-task, multi-domain learning approach, we have shown one potential avenue for making diverse datasets reusable in robotics.
30 December 2021, by

Artificial intelligence in 2021: the AIhub roundup

As 2021 draws to a close we look back on some of the notable research developments, awards, news and policy in the world of artificial intelligence.
30 December 2021, by

Hot papers on arXiv from 2021

Find out which were the most-tweeted papers on arXiv from each month in 2021.
27 December 2021, by







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