Mp3 of the interview (9MB).
YouTube video of the interview. Duration: 12m6s
Watch Russia 24 Mark Bishop and Andrew Newlands (Featured at 1m 55 sec)
Yun Zhou presents a paper "Extending Naive Bayes Classifier with Hierarchy Feature Level Information for Record Linkage" at AMBN 2015.
Valeriia Haberland presents a paper "Biomarker Discovery, High Performance and Cloud Computing: A Comprehensive Review" at HPCB 2015 in conjunction with The IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM 2015). The paper is the review of technologies for biomarker discovery, highlighting computational bottlenecks in this field and existing high-performance and/or high-scalability solutions.
Academic journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI published Tom Froese's review of Contemporary Sensorimotor Theory, a collected works edited by Mark Bishop and Andrew Martin and published by Springer in 2014.
Online here: http://jungle-world.com/artikel/2015/43/52879.html
A video of the talk will be publicised as soon as it is available.
On the 9th of October 2015, The Human Brain Project invited prominent external experts to explore ethical, social and technical issues related to these recent technological and scientific advances.
The online debate was organised by the Danish Board of Technology Foundation in collaboration with the HBP Foresight Lab at King’s College, London. Both partners of the HBP in the "Ethics and Society" subproject of the Human Brain Project (HBP).
Video: Webinar on Future ICT & Robotics in the HBP - Session 3 - Presentation Prof Mark Bishop - Mark Bishop presents his Dancing with Pixies Argument
Video: Webinar on Future ICT & Robotics in the HBP - Session 3 - Commentary Prof Steve Furber and Audience Questions Response by Steve Furber
Steve Furber CBE, FRS, FREng is the ICL Professor of Computer Engineering at the School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester and is probably best known for his work at Acorn Computers, where he was one of the designers of the BBC Micro and latterly the ARM 32-bit RISC microprocessor that is at the heart of over 95% of smart-phones world-wide.
Andrew Martin was in the organising committee for The Loebner Prize, the longest running Turing Test competition, which was held in Bletchley Park on 19 September 2015. BBC News covered the event which was broadcast live on TV and the BBC News Website.
Education Technology publish an article by Stefan Foryszewski entitled Cutting spend waste using AI.
The Register interviewed Mark Bishop about the potential and limits of AI in the article; Cognitive computing: What can and can’t we do, and should lipreading be banned?
Realbusiness publish an article by Stefan Foryszewski entitled Why smart businesses should make artificial intelligence a new best friend.
Mark Bishop participated in a panel discussion in London to discuss the subject of "Assisted Intelligence vs. Artificial Intelligence" which is covered with video footage in the article I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, and Your Motorcycle – the A.I. Debate Continues.
Video: Could an algorithm run the government? with Kate Bevan and John Humphrys.
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