Paper Reading #5: ChemDataExtractor for Automatic Chemical Database Generation

This Wednesday (4 Dec 2019), Ben Koby presented on his work on the ChemDataExtractor tool which is used to automatically generate databases of chemical information. This is built upon previous work that you can see here.

This was the last paper reading session of the term. We look forward to seeing you again next term!

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(Talk) From Pipe Dream to Democratising Cancer Diagnosis with ML | Pandu Raharja-Liu, Co-Founder and CTO of Panakeia

CUMIN had the pleasure to host Pandu Raharja-Liu for a talk on democratising cancer diagnosis with ML this Monday 2 Dec, at the Department of Engineering, Cambridge.

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(Talk) Conversational AI: Past, Present and Future | Prof Steve Young, Apple Siri

CUMIN had the pleasure to host Professor Steve Young for a talk on the past, present and the future of conversational AI this Tuesday 26 Nov, at the Department of Engineering, Cambridge. The talk saw a great turnout, with many staying for a lively Q&A session afterwards.

We hope to see you at our next talk on Monday (2 Dec) by Pandu Raharja-Liu, CTO and co-founder of Panakeia, titled ML in cancer diagnosis: from pipe dream to democratising cancer diagnosis”.  The talk will be held at the Department of Engineering, LT6 at 6pm.

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Paper Reading #4: Convolutional Neural Networks for Image Super-Resolution

This Wednesday, Edward presented on CNNs for Image Super-Resolution. The abstract is presented below.

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Paper Reading #3: Grandmaster Level in StarCraft II Using Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning

This Wednesday, Jonathan presented the paper “Grandmaster level in StarCraft II using multi-agent reinforcement learning”. The abstract of the paper is presented below.

In case you missed this session, you can check out their paper here. Follow our Facebook event for our up-to-date lineup of papers for this term, and like our Facebook page to keep informed of the other events that we’ll be doing!

CUMIN’s paper reading group happens weekly on Wednesdays 2pm in the North Room, Department of Engineering. No prior reading of the paper is required, just show up to find out more. All are welcome!

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Paper Reading #2: Solving Rubik’s Cube with a Robot Hand

CUMIN hosted its second paper reading group of Michaelmas on the paper titled “Solving Rubik’s Cube with a Robot Hand”. Presented by CUMIN President Henry Pulver, the session gave a brief overview and discussion of OpenAI’s recent paper, which was published just a couple of weeks prior. The abstract of the paper is presented below.

In case you missed this session, you can check out their paper and website here. Follow our Facebook event for our up-to-date lineup of papers for this term, and like our Facebook page to keep informed of the other events that we’ll be doing!

CUMIN’s paper reading group happens weekly on Wednesdays 2pm in the North Room, Department of Engineering. No prior reading of the paper is required, just show up to find out more. All are welcome!

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Paper Reading #1: Counterfactual Fairness

CUMIN recently hosted its first paper reading of Michaelmas term 2019 in the Department of Engineering, on the paper entitled “Counterfactual Fairness” by Kusner, Matt J., et al. The paper was presented by 4th year Information Engineer and CUMIN Chairman Bruno Mlodozeniec. The full paper can be found here, and the abstract is presented below.

Come for our next weekly paper reading session, this Wednesday (30 Oct) 2pm at the Department of Engineering, North Room, on the recently published OpenAI paper “Solving Rubik’s cube with a robot hand” (website) (paper), presented by CUMIN President Henry Pulver. See you there!

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Anthropomorphic Arm Reinforcement Learning Project: Currently Recruiting!

The Bio-inspired Robotics Lab is recruiting individuals interested in reinforcement learning to take part in their research project entitled:

“Learning to grasp objects with an anthropomorphic passive hand and reinforcement learning”

If interested, come to the first meeting on 31 Oct 2019 (this Thursday!) 6pm at the Dyson Centre, Department of Engineering.

Project Summary
Investigate learning strategies to enable grasping of objects using a passive ‘human-like’ hand mounted on an industrial arm. Continue reading “Anthropomorphic Arm Reinforcement Learning Project: Currently Recruiting!”

How AI solutions can triumph over the human mind | Aleksi Tukiainen

We are very excited to be kicking off this term’s events with a talk from Aleksi Tukiainen, CUED alumnus, who co-founded PROWLER.io in his fourth year studying at Cambridge.

His talk will be on ‘How AI solutions can triumph over the human mind’ which will be followed by a short Q&A.

The talk is at 7pm on the 22nd of January (next Tuesday!) in LT6 at the Engineering Department.

We hope you see you there!

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