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New voices in AI: human-AI collaboration, with Nicolo' Brandizzi

We talk to Nicolo' Brandizzi about his work on human-AI collaboration.
11 May 2022, by

AIhub coffee corner: AI and consciousness

The AIhub coffee corner captures the musings of AI experts over a 30 minute conversation.
04 May 2022, by

New voices in AI: Maria De-Arteaga

In this episode Maria De-Arteaga shares her work on ensuring AI algorithms are fair for all.
20 April 2022, by

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

This panel debate, chaired by Hannah Fry, formed part of the Turing Institute's conference on interpretability, safety, and security in AI.
13 April 2022, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: Ethics of digital worlds with Richard Bartle

Host Ben Byford chats to Richard Bartle about the metaverse, the lack of progress of AI in games, ethical considerations of games designers, ethics of AI life, robot rights and more...
12 April 2022, by

AIhub coffee corner: AI images

The AIhub coffee corner captures the musings of AI experts over a 30 minute conversation.
07 April 2022, by


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What is AI? Stephen Hanson in conversation with Yoshua Bengio

Join Yoshua Bengio and Stephen Hanson as they discuss deep learning 2.0, consciousness, neural networks, representations, explanations, causality, and more.
30 March 2022, by

Interview with Virginie Do – #AAAI2022 outstanding paper award winner

Virginie tells us about work on fairness for personalized recommender systems that won the AAAI outstanding paper award.
23 March 2022, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: AI Audits with Ryan Carrier

Host Ben Byford chats to Ryan Carrier about AI audits, creating an infrastructure of trust, and the wellbeing of humans.
22 March 2022, by

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

We talk to Lanfrica founders Chris Emezue, Handel Emezue and Bonaventure Dossou to find out more about the project.
17 March 2022, by

New voices in AI: Tanja Kaiser

This episode features Tanja Kaiser sharing her journey to working with swarm robotics.
08 March 2022, by

#AAAI2022 in tweets – the conference in summary

Hear from participants and organisers as we highlight some of the awards, talks, tutorials, workshops and posters at AAAI2022.
01 March 2022, by

#AAAI2022 in tweets – the conference is underway

This compilation of tweets gives a flavour of the conference so far, and highlights some forthcoming events.
23 February 2022, by

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

Find out more about the advantages and disadvantages of benchmarking, and the lifecycle of datasets within task communities.
17 February 2022, by

New voices in AI: Isabel Cachola

This episode features Isabel Cachola talking about how she got into AI and her work on interpretability of NLP models.
16 February 2022, by

Augmented Humanity podcast: Indigenous AI featuring Michael Running Wolf

In this episode, Michael Running Wolf talks about methods and approaches, ecology, partnerships and trust, avoiding language Darwinism, and more.
04 February 2022, by

What is AI? Stephen Hanson in conversation with Geoff Hinton

In this conversation, Stephen Hanson and Geoff Hinton discuss neural networks, backpropagation, overparameterization, digit recognition, brain imaging, syntax and semantics, Winograd sentences, and more.
02 February 2022, by
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New voices in AI: NLP for low resource languages, with David Adelani

We talk to David Adelani about his work in NLP for low resource languages.
26 January 2022, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: 2021 in review with Merve Hickok

Host Ben Byford chats to Merve Hickok about EU legislation, systemic dogma, the Reith lectures, autonomous weapons, and more.
18 January 2022, by

Interview with Chien Lu: analyzing text documents with sophisticated covariates

Chien Lu received a runner up award for best student paper at ACML 2021. Here, he tells us more about this work.
11 January 2022, by

What is AI? Stephen Hanson in conversation with Terry Sejnowski

In this conversation, Stephen Hanson and Terry Sejnowski discuss the history of neural networks, neural modelling, and much more.
07 January 2022, by

The Machine Ethics podcast DeepDive: AI and games

In this Deepdive episode Ben chats to Amandine Flachs, Tommy Thompson and Richard Bartle about AI in games.
05 January 2022, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Raziye Buse Çetin

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Raziye Buse Çetin about decolonial AI.
17 December 2021, by

Interview with Huy Ha and Shuran Song: CoRL 2021 best system paper award winners

The award-winning authors describe their work on a self-supervised framework for cloth unfolding which uses a pick, stretch, and fling primitive for a dual-arm setup from visual observations.
14 December 2021, by

#NeurIPS2021 in tweets – highlights from the first two days

This compilation of tweets gives a flavour of the conference so far, and highlights some forthcoming events.
07 December 2021, by

EMNLP 2021 in tweets

We bring you the livetweeted keynotes and papers from EMNLP in different languages.
26 November 2021, by

AIhub coffee corner: AI thanksgiving

The AIhub coffee corner captures the musings of AI experts over a 30-minute conversation.
25 November 2021, by

Interview with Tao Chen, Jie Xu and Pulkit Agrawal: CoRL 2021 best paper award winners

The award-winning authors describe their work on a system for general in-hand object re-orientation.
24 November 2021, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Sasha Costanza-Chock

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Sasha Costanza-Chock about design justice.
10 November 2021, by

AIhub coffee corner: are deep learning’s returns diminishing?

The AIhub coffee corner captures the musings of AI experts over a 30-minute conversation.
03 November 2021, by







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