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52 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Towards automated fact checking with Andreas Vlachos
Cambridge Natural Language and Information Processing group's senior lecturer describes existing work and future directions in automated fact checking.
43 minutes | Apr 26, 2020
Perceiving Time with Devin Terhune
In this episode of De Dicto, Dr Devin Terhune joins me to sketch the complexity of time perception and its implications to building artificial intelligence.
58 minutes | Apr 2, 2020
Understanding Human Psychology Through Robots with Angelo Cangelosi
Prof. Angelo Cangelosi discusses replicating baby learning patterns in robots, how a bug in the code resulted in psychology discovery, and why the elderly are fond of robots.
44 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
Tracking COVID-19 Mutations with Emma Hodcroft
Emma Hodcroft discusses her research on applying data science to tracking Coronavirus (COVID-19) mutations. We discuss the implications of her analysis of governmental policies, medical solutions, and individual actions. We also discuss the biases present in the COVID-19 data and how they should be taken into account.
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