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A Research Futures webinar with Professor Adrian Hopgood

  • 29 October 2020
  • Research Futures Webinar
  • 2 min read

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a subject of research for 70 years, from the arguable starting point of Alan Turing’s seminal paper in 1950. Since then, there have been waves of enthusiasm for new techniques that have resulted in many practical applications. This talk will explore some of the ups and downs of AI and discuss the reasons for the current excitement around machine learning (ML). It will be argued that, while the latest generation of ML algorithms are useful, they can only exhibit intelligent behaviour when combined with other AI techniques.

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