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Chemistry seminar - Professor Jonathan Sessler
RSC Prize Talk Mond-Nyholm Prize for Inorganic Chemistry Professor of Chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin
Chemistry seminar - Dr Ming Li
Associate Professor in Materials, Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham Further details to follow.
Chemistry seminar - Dr Yi Yu
School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Wuhan University, China Further details to follow.
Towards Closed-Loop Interactive Autonomous Systems: Understanding People and their Impacts on Decision Making-
At my dissertation defense, I presented Planning and Recognition Together Close the Interaction Loop (PReTCIL) as one of the first ways to integrate algorithms from artificial intelligence (AI) planning and plan, activity, and intent recognition into a single method for adaptive closed-loop interaction in autonomous systems. Despite PReTCIL working out...
What's next for nematic liquid crystals?-
Professor Helen Gleeson OBE from the University of Leeds' Soft Matter Physics Group
ChatGPT "passing" things: A(nother) story of cherry-picking, ignoring errors and hope-
In Nov 2022 OpenAI released the new ChatGPT language model, taking the world by storm with it. Today, we are flooded by tweets and articles claiming ChatGPT is reaching human-level performance in many tasks. But what tasks? Is ChatGPT ready to assist (or replace) humans? In this talk, we'll cover...
Natural products as a treasure trove against COVID-19-
Dr Mostafa Rateb, University of the West of Scotland COVID-19 is a recent pandemic that put all nations under a major panic, with many mortalities in 2020 and 2021. Although vaccine development was ongoing, finding treatment that affects the virus would be of great help to combat the viral mutation. Once...
Achieving collective action through explicit reasoning about expectations-
Abstract: This work studies the collective action problem: identifying and implementing mechanisms that allow members of a community to coordinate their actions in order to achieve a social, rather than individual, benefit. Rather than applying the traditional tools of game theory, we are investigating how maintaining explicit social knowledge encoded in...
An information-theoretic framework for grounded dialogue modelling-
What are the decision making processes by which humans choose words to achieve goals in their environment? Can we replicate them in a computer system? These are the core questions of grounded dialogue modelling, the study of interactive language use in context. We will start by looking at a few...
Aligning the use of AI in business to real world opportunities-
A session to present how organisations with their in-built challenges need to be carefully managed to accept the inevitably of AI systems in their daily work processes. Examples will be shared of real world scenarios and where AI is already adding value and what the future could look like as...