AI (Artificial Intelligence) Experiments with Google are similar to mini games that showcase how AI can easily memorize patterns that it is coded to memorize and recognize these patterns very quickly. This is known as machine learning. For example, you can draw something and have the AI guess it for you (quite quickly) or you can listen to 14000 different sounds…or 14000 different bird sounds! Our volunteer, Youssef, showcases this with a couple of experiments. He will show you how to access and try them, and even make one yourselves – just watch the short video guide below! Check out… Read More »Google AI Experiments – An Online Hands-On Activity
LIVE streaming at YouTube 18:30 (UK time), 16 February 2021. Summary: ‘The development of autonomous robots would be a significant accomplishment for society. Autonomous robots require the ability to learn from interaction: to try new actions, observe success and failure, and tie effects back to causes. In this talk I will describe how we can create robots that learn through interaction. Instead of being programmed to complete a task, such learning robots can figure out the right way to accomplish the task on their own. I’ll further discuss how my own research aims to develop robots that can learn in… Read More »LIVE Talk | Robots Learning in Simulation | 18:30 (UK time), 16 February 2021.