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26 Jan 2022 / 13:00 - 14:30

Advances in AI methods, technologies and solutions

There is a long history of research into Artificial Intelligence (AI) with contributions from leading computer science researchers, including Alan Turing.

Despite stops and starts over a number of decades, the recent involvement of machine learning in tackling more traditional AI tasks has enabled significant advances in problems that had long seemed stubbornly beyond reach.The workshop will explore the background to this revolution both through the lens of the development of machine learning as well as in terms of what machine learning brings to the AI table. The emphasis will be on the conditions and paradigms that have led to recent advances and that bode well for further development of the field. The aim will be to throw light on the problems we can expect AI to solve in the near future, and on those that still appear remote, as well as on the question of how to distinguish between these two categories.

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John Shawe Taylor,

University College London & IRCAI

John is a professor of Computational Statistics and Machine Learning at University College London and Director of the International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI) under the auspices of UNESCO at the Jozef Stefan Institute in Slovenia.

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