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#NeurIPS2022 outstanding paper – Gradient descent: the ultimate optimizer

Kartik Chandra, Audrey Xie, Jonathan Ragan-Kelley, Erik Meijer, tell us about their work, which won a NeurIPS outstanding paper award.
30 November 2022, by

Counterfactual explanations for reinforcement learning: interview with Jasmina Gajcin

Jasmina explores the problem of applying counterfactual explanations to RL tasks.
22 November 2022, by

Learning to efficiently plan robust frictional multi-object grasps: interview with Wisdom Agboh

Using neural networks and grasping theories to build a robotic system which can pick up multiple objects at once.
18 November 2022, by

The Good Robot Podcast: featuring Lorraine Daston

In this episode, Kerry and Eleanor talk to Lorraine Daston about the exorcism of emotion in rational science (and AI).
17 November 2022, by

The lifecycle of “facts”: a survey of social bias in knowledge graphs – interview with Angelie Kraft

Find out more about a literature survey that considered a knowledge graph’s full lifecycle, from creation to application.
16 November 2022, by

Using AI to help process earth observation data

Julia Wasala wants to help scientists by using machine learning for processing earth observation data.
14 November 2022, by


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A survey of mixed-precision neural networks

Mariam Rakka, Mohammed E. Fouda, Pramod Khargonekar and Fadi Kurdahi tell us about mixed-precision neural networks and the main findings from their survey into their use.
09 November 2022, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Seyi Akiwowo

In this episode Jess and Dylan chat to Seyi Akiwowo about how to stay safe online.
02 November 2022, by

Interview with Teresa Salazar: Developing fair federated learning algorithms

Teresa tells us about federated learning and how she applied it to developing an algorithm that tries to achieve group fairness.
01 November 2022, by

The TAILOR roadmap for trustworthy AI

Fredrik Heintz, coordinator of the TAILOR project, talks about the road towards trustworthy AI.
21 October 2022, by

Interview with Nina Wiedemann and Valentin Wüest: developing a gradient-based control method for robotic systems

Training efficient controllers for aerial vehicles via a gradient-based method.
19 October 2022, by

Interview with Steven Kolawole: A sign-to-speech model for Nigerian sign language

Find out about research from Steven Kolawole which focusses on Nigerian sign language.
12 October 2022, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Rebecca Finlay

In this episode, hosts Dylan and Jess chat to Rebecca Finlay about data privacy and women's rights.
07 October 2022, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: Rights, trust and ethical choice with Ricardo Baeza-Yates

Host Ben Byford chats to Ricardo Baeza-Yates about responsible AI, the importance of AI governance, questioning people's intent to create AGI, and more.
26 September 2022, by
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New voices in AI: environmental conservation, with Lily Xu

Lily Xu shares her work and adventures in using AI for environmental conservation.
21 September 2022, by

RoboCup humanoid league: Interview with Jasper Güldenstein

We talked to Jasper Güldenstein about how teams transferred developments from the virtual humanoid league to the real-world league.
15 September 2022, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Tung-Hui Hu

In this episode, hosts Dylan and Jess chat to Tung-Hui Hu about digital lethargy.
13 September 2022, by

GRACE Podcast: Dr Harriett Jernigan interviews Dr Nakeema Stefflbauer

In this second episode of the GRACE podcast, Harriett chats to Nakeema Stefflbauer.
06 September 2022, by

Mixing tokens with Fourier transforms to improve the efficiency of large language models

James Lee-Thorp, Joshua Ainslie and Santiago Ontañón tell us how they are working to improve the efficiency of large language models.
01 September 2022, by

Interview with Paula Harder: super-resolution climate data with physics-based constraints

Paula Harder tells us about work on super-resolution for climate data in a deep-learning architecture where physical laws are enforced.
31 August 2022, by

Tweet round-up from Deep Learning Indaba #DLIndaba

Find out what the participants and organisers have been up to in this round-up of tweets from attendees at Deep Learning Indaba.
25 August 2022, by
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New voices in AI: philosophy, cognitive science and AI, with Dimitri Coelho Mollo

Dimitri Coelho Mollo shares his work on philosophy, cognitive science and AI.
24 August 2022, by

Evaluating cross-lingual transfer: Interview with Dan Malkin

Dan tells us about his NAACL paper on multilingual models, the cross-lingual transfer phenomenon, and how the choice of pretraining languages affects downstream cross-lingual transfer.
23 August 2022, by

AAAI ask me anything video series

Watch the AAAI ask me anything videos, which cover topics from case-based reasoning to AI ethics to AI and education.
17 August 2022, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Shion Guha

In this episode, hosts Dylan and Jess chat to Shion Guha about the government and AI.
08 August 2022, by

Faithfully reflecting updated information in text: Interview with Robert Logan – #NAACL2022 award winner

Find out about work from Robert Logan, Alexandre Passos, Sameer Singh and Ming-Wei Chang which introduces the task of faithfully reflecting updated information in text.
04 August 2022, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: AI ethics strategy with Reid Blackman

Host Ben Byford chats to Reid Blackman about learning, AI ethics, measuring bias, and more...
03 August 2022, by

#IJCAI2022 tweet round-up from the first few days of the conference

Find out more about the tutorials, workshops and invited talks that have taken place so far at IJCAI-ECAI 2022.
26 July 2022, by

Optimal planning: Interview with Álvaro Torralba – #AAAI2022 award winner

Álvaro tells us about work on optimal planning than won him, and his co-authors, an outstanding paper runners-up award at AAAI 2022.
25 July 2022, by

#ICML2022 tweet round-up from the first few days

Hear from participants and organisers as we highlight some of the papers, talks, tutorials, workshops and posters at ICML 2022.
19 July 2022, by







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