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Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us, here we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers.
 
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In episode twenty of season five we talk with Neil about a discussion he had about the impact of ML tools on children talk about the new Diversity Dashboard from the Turing Institute in response to a question about cool things for Ada Lovelace day plus we sit down with Corinna Cortes of Google AI
 
In episode eighteen of season five we talk about DALI, get some big news about the next thing for Neil and talk with Benjamin Akera.
 
In episode eighteen of season five we hear Michael Littman's talk A Cooperative Path to Artificial Intelligence
 
In episode seventeen of season five we talk about Why Red Doesn't Sound Like a Bell, take a listener question about our Turing brackets (and Invent the Very Good Sort Awards) and listen to a chat with Tewodros Abebe
 
In this episode of Talking Machines we take a listen to Professor Engelhardt's TedX Boston talk, Not What But Why: Machine Learning for Understanding Genomics
 
in episode 15 of season five of Talking Machines we' chat about the recently announced workshops at NeurIPS 2019, find ourselves in the middle of an I Love Lucy Episode about technical term usage and talk with Randy Goebel of the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute
 
In episode 14 of season five we talk about On the marginal likelihood and cross-validation, Katherine is STILL excited about PosterSession.ai, we invent Deep Quaggles and listen to a conversation with professor Elaine Nsoesie of BU
 
In episode thirteen of season five we bring you a the rest of our conversation with Michael Melese from Addis Ababa University and Charles Saidu of Baze University Abuja
 
In episode twelve of season five we bring you a rundown of Data Science Africa's latest workshop answer a listener question about what got us excited at ICML and hear the first part of our conversation with Michael Melese from Addis Ababa University and Charles Saidu of Baze University Abuja
 
In episode eleven of season five, we dig in to just what a data trust actually is, take a look at citation trends and other places (PMLR) you can dig up data to understand the field and talk with Raia Hadsell of DeepMind.
 
In episode ten of season five we talk about reproducibility, take a listener question on re understanding the history of the field given where we are now and how other fields are reviewing their own history and listen to a conversation with Graham Taylor of the Vector Institute.
 
In episode nine of season five we talk about some interesting work from AISTATS, dive into unbiased implicit variational inference, and chat with Jon McAuliffe CIO of Voleon
 
In this episode as we prep for ICLR we take a break from our usual format to bring you a talk from Hugo LaRochelle at TedX Boston on Deep Learning.
 
In episode seven of season five of we chat about MARS and Re: MARS OpenAI's status changes and We talk with Jasper Snoek of Google Brain
 
In episode six of season five we talk about Richard Sutton's A Bitter Lesson. Chat about IEEE's new Ethical Guidelines and talk with Andrew Beam Senior Fellownn at Flagship Pioneering, Head of Machine Learning for Flagship VL57 and Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Here are some of the p ...…
 
In episode five of season five we talk about the Stu Hunter conference, Summer schools options (DLRLSS!) and chat with Adrian Weller of the Alan Turing Institute
 
In episode four of season five we talk about Jupyter Notebooks and Neil's dream of a world craft software and devices, we take a listener question about the conversation surrounding Open AI's GPT-2 its announcement and the coverage and we hear an interview with Brooks Paige of the Alan Turing Instiute…
 
In season five episode three we chat about take a listener question about Five Papers for Mike Tipping, take a listener question on AIAI and chat with Eoin O'Mahony of Uber Here are Neil's five papers. What are yours? Stochastic variational inference by Hoffman, Wang, Blei and Paisley http://arxiv.org/abs/1206.7051 A way of doing approximate in ...…
 
In episode two of season five we unpack the Bezos Paradox (TM Neil Lawrence) take a listener question about best papers and chat with Dougal Maclaurin of Google Brain.
 
In episode one of season five we talk about Bit by Bit, take a listener question on machine learning gatherings on the African continent (Deep Learning INDABA! DSA!) and hear an interview with Daphne Koller recorded at ODSC West
 
For the end of season four we take a break from our regular format and bring you a talk from Professor Finale Doshi Velez of Harvard University on the possibility of explanation Tune in next season!
 
In episode twenty one of season four we talk about distributed intelligence systems (mainly those internal to humans), talk about what were excited to see at the Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems and in advance of our trek to Canada we chat with Garth Gibson president and CEO of the Vector Institute.…
 
In episode twenty of season four we talk about the importance of crediting your data, answer a listener question about internships vs salaried positions and talk with Matt Kusner of the Alan Turing institute the UK’s national institute for data science and AI.
 
In episode nineteen of season four we talk about causality in the real world, take a question about being surprised by the elephant in the room and talk with Kush Varshney of IBM.
 
In episode 18 of season four we talk about systems design, (remember the 3 d's!), tools for transparency and fairness and we talk with Adria Gascon of The Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for data science and AI.
 
In episode 17 of season four we talk about how to research in a time of hype (and other lessons from Tom Griffiths book) Neil's love of variational methods, and with Chat with Elissa Strome director of the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy for CIFAR
 
In this episode we talk about an article Troubling Trends in Machine learning Scholarship the difference between engineering and science (and the mountains you climb to span the distance) plus we talk with David Duvenaud of the University of Toronto
 
In episode thirteen of season four we chat about simulations, reinforcement learning, and Philippa Foot. We take a listener question about the update to the ACM code of ethics (first time since 1992!) and We talk with professor Mike Jordan.
 
Season four episode twelve finds us at ICML! We bring you a special episode with Jennifer Dy, co-program chair of the conference.
 
In season four episode eleven we talk about the possibility of the NIPS conference changing its name, what to do at ICML, And we talk with Bernhard Schölkopf.
 
In episode 10 of season 4 we chat about Counterfactual Explanations without Opening the Black Box: Automated Decisions and the GDPR, take a listener question about how reviews of papers work at NIPS and we hear from Sven Strohband, CTO of Khosla Ventures.
 
In episode 9 of season 4 we talk about the Statement on Nature Machine Intelligence. We reached out to Nature for a statement on the statement and received the following: “At Springer Nature we are very clear in our mission to advance discovery and help researchers share their work. Having an extensive, and growing, open access portfolio is one ...…
 
In episode eight of season four we review some recently published articles by Michael Jordan and Rodney Brooks (for more reading along these lines, Tom Dettriech is a great person to follow), we recommend some further reading, and talk with Arthur Gretton who was part of the team behind one of the Best Papers at NIPS 2017 For more reading we re ...…
 
In episode seven of season four we chat about Ellis and the UK AI Sector Deal , we take a listener question about the next AI winter and if/when it is coming, plus we hear from Christina Colclough Director of Platform and Agency Workers, Digitalization and Trade UNI Global Union.
 
In episode six of season four we chat about AI and religion, we take a listener question about personal bias checking and we hear from Been Kim of Google Brain.
 
In episode five of season four we talk about the GDPR or as we like to think of it Good Data Practice Rules. (If you actually read it, you move to expert level!) We take a listener question about the power of approximate inference, and we hear from our guest Andrew Blake of The Alan Turing Institute.…
 
In episode four of season four we talk more about natural an artificial intelligences and thinking about diversity in systems. Reading Can a Biologist Fix a Radio is a great paper around these ideas. We take a listener question about moving into machine learning after having advanced training in a different program. Our guest on this episode is ...…
 
In season four episode three of Talking Machines we chat about Neil’s recent thinking (definitely not work) on the core differences between natural intelligence and machine intelligence, he recently wrote blog post on the subject and in the fall of 2017 he gave a TedX talk about the topic. We also take a listener question about what maths you s ...…
 
In episode two of season four we're proud to bring you the second annual "Hosts of Talking Machine's Episode"! Ryan and Neil chat about Ali Rahimi's speech at NIPS-17, Kate Crawford's talk The Trouble with Bias, and much more. We also get to hear a conversation with Ciira wa Maina, lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Enginee ...…
 
On this episode of Talking Machines we take a break from our regular format to talk about the “code review of community culture” that the AI, ML, Stats and Computer Science fields in general need to undergo. In a blog post, that was put up shortly after NIPS, researcher Kristian Lum outlined several instances of sexual harassment and abuse of p ...…
 
In episode ten of season three we talk about the rate of change (prompted by Tim Harford), take a listener question about the power of kernels, and talk with Peter Donnelly in his capacity with the Royal Society's Machine Learning Working Group about the work they've done on the public's views on AI and ML.…
 
In episode nine of season three we chat about the difference between models and algorithms, take a listener question about summer schools and learning in person as opposed to learning digitally, and we chat with John Quinn of the United Nations Global Pulse lab in Kampala, Uganda and Makerere University's Artificial Intelligence Research group.…
 
In episode eight of season three we return to the epic (or maybe not so epic) clash between frequentists and bayesians, take a listener question about the ethical questions generators of machine learning should be asking of themselves (not just their tools) and we hear a conversation with Ernest Mwebaze of Makerere University.…
 
In episode seven of season three we take a minute to break way from our regular format and feature a conversation with Dina Machuve of the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology we cover everything from her work to how cell phone access has changed data patterns. We got to talk with her at the Data Science Africa confrence a ...…
 
In episode six of season three we chat about the difference between frequentists and Bayesians, take a listener question about techniques for panel data, and have an interview with Katherine Heller of Duke
 
In episode five of season three we compare and contrast AI and data science, take a listener question about getting started in machine learning, and listen to an interview with Joaquin Quiñonero Candela. For a great place to get started with foundational ideas in ML, take a look at Andrew Ng’s course on Coursera. Then check out Daphne Kohler’s ...…
 
In episode four of season three Neil introduces us to the ideas behind the bias variance dilemma (and how how we can think about it in our daily lives). Plus, we answer a listener question about how to make sure your neural networks don't get fooled. Our guest for this episode is Jeff Dean, Google Senior Fellow in the Research Group, where he l ...…
 
In this episode three of season three of Talking Machines we dive into overfitting, take a listener question about unbalanced data and talk with Professor (Emeritus) Tom Dietterich from Oregon State University.
 
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