ChatGPT: what the law says about who owns the copyright of AI-generated content
The capabilities of recent language models raise important questions about ownership of the content produced.
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The Machine Ethics Podcast: AI, ethics and the future – Data Science Festival talk special edition
The special edition of the podcast comes from the Data Science Festival and features Marie Oldfield, Alex Joseph, Alice Thwaite and Sophia Davies.
19 April 2023, by
The Machine Ethics Podcast
Koala: A dialogue model for academic research
In this post, we introduce Koala, a chatbot trained by fine-tuning Meta’s LLaMA on dialogue data gathered from the web.
18 April 2023, by
Benefits and control influence the acceptance of automated decision-making
Research indicates that users accept or reject decisions and decisional agents based on their predicted benefits and the ability to exercise control over the decision.
17 April 2023, by
Are model explanations useful in practice? Rethinking how to support human-ML interactions
This post describes a workflow for evaluating XAI methods, how this workflow was instantiated in two domains, and insights from these efforts.
14 April 2023, by
#AAAI2023 workshops round-up 3: Reinforcement learning ready for production
The organisers of the AAAI2023 workshop on RL for production tell us their key takeaways from their event.
13 April 2023, by
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2023 landscape – a report from the AI Now Institute
The latest report from the AI Now Institute diagnoses concentration of power in the tech industry as a pressing challenge.
12 April 2023, by
Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: April 2023 edition
A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 11 April and 31 May 2023.
11 April 2023, by
A list of resources, articles, and opinion pieces relating to large language models
With the recent flurry of activity around large language models, we've collected some of the recent publications on the topic.
06 April 2023, by
2023 AI Index Report released
Read the latest edition of the AI Index Report which tracks and visualises data related to AI.
05 April 2023, by
Learning personalized reward functions with Interaction-Grounded Learning (IGL)
Find out about research using Interaction-Grounded Learning (IGL) to infer reward functions that capture the intent of an end-user.
04 April 2023, by
The Good Robot Podcast: featuring Bridget Boakye
This episode features Bridget Boakye on AI policy between the UK and Africa.
03 April 2023, by
The Good Robot Podcast
Advancing data justice research and practice project
Find out more about this project from The Alan Turing Institute and the Global Partnership on AI.
31 March 2023, by
Methods for addressing class imbalance in deep learning-based natural language processing
This blogpost gives an overview of class imbalance in NLP and surveys methods for addressing this.
30 March 2023, by
Missing links in AI governance – a new book release
In a project led by Mila and UNESCO, AI experts have contributed to a book on AI governance.
29 March 2023, by
AIhub monthly digest: March 2023 – plant disease diagnosis, logic for trustworthy AI, and neurosymbolic approaches
Welcome to our monthly digest, where you can catch up with AI research, events and news from the month past.
28 March 2023, by
Radical AI podcast: featuring Meredith Broussard
In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Meredith Broussard about her new book: "More than a Glitch: Confronting Race, Gender, and Ability Bias in Tech".
27 March 2023, by
The Radical AI Podcast
AI UK: discussing the role and impact of science journalism
We summarise one of the panel sessions that took place on the first day of the AI UK conference.
24 March 2023, by
Neurosymbolic AI for graphs: a crime scene analogy
Find out more about neurosymbolic approaches and how these can be used for reasoning on graph structures.
23 March 2023, by
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AI transparency in practice: a report
Mozilla Foundation and Thoughtworks have published an interdisciplinary report on AI transparency.
22 March 2023, by
#AAAI2023 workshops round-up 2: health intelligence and privacy-preserving AI
The organisers of two of the AAAI2023 workshops tell us their key takeaways from their respective events.
21 March 2023, by
The Good Robot Podcast: featuring Pedro Oliveira
In this episode, Eleanor and Kerry talk to Pedro Oliveira about voice recognition technologies and border control.
20 March 2023, by
The Good Robot Podcast
Is there a way to pay content creators whose work is used to train AI? Yes, but it’s not foolproof
Is imitation the sincerest form of flattery, or theft? Perhaps it comes down to the imitator.
17 March 2023, by
Interview with Ernest Mwebaze: a machine learning-based app for diagnosing plant diseases
We spoke to Ernest about an app to help farmers diagnose diseases in their cassava crops.
16 March 2023, by
Improving the understanding of metal-organic frameworks
Researchers at EPFL and KAIST have developed a new AI model that improves the understanding of MOFs.
15 March 2023, by
#AAAI2023 invited talk: Isabelle Augenstein on modelling information change in scientific communication
Isabelle spoke about using natural language processing to address problems in science communication.
14 March 2023, by
Forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: March 2023 edition
A list of free-to-attend AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between 13 March and 30 April 2023.
13 March 2023, by
All questions answered: ChatGPT and large language models
Watch the next in the series of CLAIRE's All Questions Answered (AQuA) events.
10 March 2023, by
Radical AI podcast: the limitations of ChatGPT with Emily M. Bender and Casey Fiesler
In this episode, Dylan and Jess unpack the limitations of ChatGPT with Emily M. Bender and Casey Fiesler.
09 March 2023, by
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Happy International Women’s Day!
We take a look back over the past year of AIhub content and highlight some of our favourite articles, interviews and podcasts.
08 March 2023, by
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