CLAIRE and euRobotics: all questions answered on humanoid robotics
Watch the all questions answered (AQuA) event jointly hosted by CLAIRE and euRobotics.
19 December 2022, by
Interview with Rose Nakasi: using machine learning and smartphones to help diagnose malaria
We spoke to Rose Nakasi about her work developing ML techniques to aid diagnosis of microscopically diagnosed diseases.
15 December 2022, by
Benchmarking quality-diversity algorithms on neuroevolution for reinforcement learning
We propose to apply QD to deep reinforcement learning tasks, and introduce a set of benchmarks to facilitate the comparison of approaches.
14 December 2022, by
Optics lens design for privacy-preserving scene captioning: interview with Carlos Hinojosa
Addressing the problem of privacy-preserving in computer vision and image processing by jointly designing the camera lens and the ML algorithm.
13 December 2022, by
Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: December 2022 edition
A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 12 December 2022 and 31 January 2023.
12 December 2022, by
AIhub coffee corner: Is AI-generated art devaluing the work of artists?
The AIhub coffee corner captures the musings of AI experts over a short conversation.
09 December 2022, by
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Affinity group round-up from NeurIPS 2022
We share some highlights from the affinity group workshops at NeurIPS 2022.
08 December 2022, by
Learning an artificial language for knowledge-sharing in multilingual translation
Danni Liu and Jan Niehues investigate multilingual neural machine translation models.
07 December 2022, by
Causal confounds in sequential decision making
Using techniques from causal inference, we derive provably correct and scalable algorithms for sequential decision making in certain settings.
06 December 2022, by
The Machine Ethics Podcast: The Politics of AI with Mark Coeckelbergh
Host Ben Byford chats to Mark Coeckelbergh about AI as a story about machines, environmental impacts of robots and AI, energy budgets, politics and AI, and more.
05 December 2022, by
The Machine Ethics Podcast
Call for AI-themed holiday videos, art and more
Send us your AI-generated art, pictures, poems, datasets, music, films...
02 December 2022, by
Estimating manipulation intentions to ease teleoperation
Introducing an intention estimation model that relies on both gaze and motion features.
01 December 2022, by
#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
AIhub monthly digest: November 2022 – musical improvisation, two-player games, and interviews galore
Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
29 November 2022, by
Collaboration the key to realising the potential of AI
We are currently far from achieving full autonomy for rescue robotic systems. Consequently, well-functioning collaboration between human and machine is crucial.
28 November 2022, by
Watch the keynotes from the European Big Data Value Forum
The EBDVF event was held on 21-23 November, and you can catch up with the plenary and keynote talks which were recorded.
25 November 2022, by
Practical complexity of optimal play in games for two
Tomáš Peitl, Benjamin Böhm and Olaf Beyersdorff write about their IJCAI2022 award-winning paper on Quantified Conflict-Driven Clause Learning.
24 November 2022, by
AI system for live music accompaniment and improvisation
Musicians can perform together with LyricJam Sonic to explore connections between their live music and past recordings to generate new original compositions in real-time.
23 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
Using machine learning to help generalize automated chemistry
Artificial intelligence, “building-block” chemistry and a molecule-making machine were combined to find the best general reaction conditions for synthesizing chemicals.
21 November 2022, by
University of Illinois
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 Good Robot Podcast
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
#IROS2022 best paper awards
Find out about the papers that received an award at IROS this year.
15 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
Studying AI recruitment tools: race, gender, and AI’s “eradication of difference”
Claims AI can boost workplace diversity are ‘spurious and dangerous’, researchers argue.
11 November 2022, by
University of Cambridge
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Find out how you can get involved in our ambassador programme.
10 November 2022, by
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
Predicting properties of complex metamaterials
A research team tested how well machine learning can predict the properties of combinatorial mechanical metamaterials.
08 November 2022, by
University of Amsterdam
Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: November 2022 edition
A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 7 November 2022 and 31 December 2022.
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