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Focus on UN SDGs


Interview with Lily Xu – applying machine learning to the prevention of illegal wildlife poaching

Lily Xu tells us about her work applying machine learning and game theory to wildlife conservation.
20 October 2021, by

What bird is singing? Merlin Bird ID app offers instant answers

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s free Merlin Bird ID app can identify bird sounds.
19 October 2021, by

Artificial intelligence can help highway departments find bats roosting under bridges

Using photographs and computer vision techniques to automatically detect the presence of bats on bridges.
12 October 2021, by

New digital tools to track illegal wildlife trade online

Using data from social media platforms in combination with machine learning methods to identify what species and wildlife products are traded online and what are the motives behind the trade.
07 October 2021, by

AI tools for assessing zero-deforestation commitments in Vietnam

The Coffee Vision project is developing a smart monitoring tool to support the certification of sustainable coffee plots in Vietnam.
06 October 2021, by and

AIhub launches focus series on life on land

We are now publishing articles on the latest topic in our series on the UN sustainable development goals.
06 October 2021, by



Developing organic batteries using machine learning

Researchers are using machine learning techniques to optimize polymers needed for metal-free, recyclable, organic batteries.
29 September 2021, by

AI as an accelerator of the energy transition, opportunities for a carbon-free energy system

Find out how the Netherlands aim to take major steps towards increasing renewable energy production and increased electrification.
23 September 2021, by

Radical AI podcast: featuring Jason Edward Lewis

In this episode, Dylan and Jess chat to Jason Edward Lewis about Indigenous AI.
20 September 2021, by

Life below water focus series round-up: ocean ecosystems, marine litter and autonomous vehicles

We summarise our focus series and highlight further interesting research in the field.
17 September 2021, by

The Machine Ethics podcast: responsible AI research with Madhulika Srikumar

In this episode, Ben chats with Madhulika Srikumar about AI research, how we can think responsibly about our work, and how best to manage the associated risks.
14 September 2021, by

Focus on life on land: call for contributions

We are looking for AI researchers, users and stakeholders to write, or talk, about their work relating to life on land.
10 September 2021, by

Energy as a fundamental right

Finding the optimum amount of free electricity to tackle energy poverty.

The Machine Ethics podcast: How to design a moral algorithm with Derek Leben

In this episode, Ben chats with Derek Leben about a general framework for machine ethics, contractarianism, Rawls’ original position thought experiment, and more.
05 August 2021, by

Use of AI to fight COVID-19 risks harming “disadvantaged groups”, experts warn

Rapid deployment of AI to tackle coronavirus must still go through ethical checks and balances.
28 July 2021, by

Ethics and AI: tackling biases hidden in big data

Find out more about Nello Cristianini's research into big data and biases.
16 July 2021, by

Code^Shift lab aims to confront bias in AI and machine learning

The new Texas A&M initiative brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts.
13 July 2021, by

Focus on affordable and clean energy: call for contributions

We are looking for AI researchers, users and stakeholders to write, or talk, about their work relating to affordable and clean energy.
09 July 2021, by

Advancing society through inclusive AI technology

Socially Intelligent Artificial Systems (SIAS) - a new research group at the University of Amsterdam.
18 June 2021, by

AI in port and maritime research

Three researchers from The Netherlands explain their work.
07 June 2021, by

The Machine Ethics Podcast: Algorithmic discrimination with Damien Williams

In this episode, Ben chats with Damien Williams about types of human and algorithmic discrimination, and much more.
03 June 2021, by

FLeet: putting machine learning in your pocket

Using mobile devices to conduct machine learning as part of a distributed network.
02 June 2021, by

AIhub launches focus series on reduced inequalities

As part of our ongoing focus on the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs), we are launching the next topic in this series: reduced inequalities.
02 June 2021, by

Understanding the oceans and climate change – the OcéanIA project and Tara expedition

Find out about an expedition to collect data from the oceans.
27 May 2021, by

Interview with Nayat Sánchez-Pi – how the OcéanIA project is advancing our understanding of the oceans and our climate

The Director of Inria Chile tells us about her research into the relationship between the oceans and climate change using AI and mathematical modeling.
13 May 2021, by

Artificial intelligence could be used to triage patients suspected at risk of early stage oesophageal cancer

Find out how Cambridge researchers are using deep-learning to assist pathologists.
10 May 2021, by

Quality education focus series round-up: teaching AI and using AI to improve teaching

We summarise our focus series and highlight further interesting research in the field.
26 April 2021, by

Focus on reduced inequalities: call for contributions

We are looking for AI researchers, users and stakeholders to write, or talk, about their work relating to reducing inequalities.
12 April 2021, by

Detection of marine litter using deep learning

Understanding the problem of plastics in the oceans.
07 April 2021, by

AIhub launches focus series on life below water

As part of our ongoing focus on the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs), we are launching the next topic in this series: life below water. Posts on this topic will be featured on our website throu...
07 April 2021, by






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