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Cambridge University Artificial Intelligence

A society committed to inspire and educate. solve intelligence. Benefit humanity.

WHO WE ARE
SOCIETY

Can you see the future?

Cambridge University Artificial Intelligence (CuAI for short) is a university society that aims to inspire and educate people in the exciting fields of machine learning and AI.

With these newly-developing areas already beginning the next technological revolution, CuAI seeks to help more students realise the value of these areas of study.

We run talks from high calibre speakers, providing a platform for technical and ethical experts to discuss their work. CuAI is an independent platform, and we will therefore invite all speakers we believe to be of interest to our members. We also provide a platform for organisations or individuals to offer AI related projects to our members

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SOCIETY
MISSION

Our Story

Aims

Progress & Impact

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Reading Groups

Attendees, educate.

Events

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PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE
EDUCATION

Learn, imagine, cooperate, create, communicate, with CUAI.

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There are many ways to get involved with the Cambridge University Artificial Intelligence society: research and employment opportunities, courses, events, physical and virtual conversations, and more. We look forward to learning new ways in which we can together advance our studies and impact.

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The work of Cambridge University Artificial Intelligence Society (CUAI) is made possible by our generous sponsors, who kindly support our talks, projects and workshops.

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Latest Stories

CSER Talk | What do AI developers owe global south citizens?

We hosted our last talk of the term with CSER research associate Cecil Abungu, who spoke to us about the ethical obligations of AI developers in an excellent and thoughtful talk. ABSTRACT Many tools that...

Workshop | GPT-3 and Codex

We hosted our second workshop of term on OpenAI's GPT-3 and Codex, looking at how these models work, and their possible applications. GPT-3 is a text generator that made headlines a year ago...

Panakeia Talk | Digital precision cancer diagnosis: understanding cancer better using computer vision

We were fortunate to host Panakeia's CTO on 30th November, Pandu Raharja-Liu, who spoke to us about to challenges of precision cancer diagnosis using computer vision in a fascinating talk. ABSTRACT In this lecture,...

Microsoft Research Talk | An Introduction to Dataset Bias

In collaboration with Cambridge AI in Medicine, we hosted Daniela Massiceti from Microsoft Research on 22nd November, who discussed the importance of good data for AI. High quality datasets are essential for...

DeepMind Talk | Petar Veličković and Mateusz Malinowski

We were delighted to host our first talk of Michaelmas term alongside MLinPL, welcoming Petar Veličković and Mateusz Malinowski. The event was held in the Cambridge Union’s Debating Chamber. Both speakers are distinguished...