Department of Computer Science
Gibbons Lectures - AI: From Aristotle to Deep Learning Machines Event as iCalendar
04 May 2017, 6:30pmThe talk presents briefly the main principles used in AI, from Aristotle’s true/false logic, through fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation and neural networks, to arrive at the current state-of-the-art in AI – the deep learning machines. One particular such machine, developed in the presenter’s KEDRI institute and dubbed NeuCube, is designed for deep learning of complex data patterns so as to predict future events.
Gibbons Lectures - Home Smart Home Event as iCalendar
11 May 2017, 6:30pmOne of the grand social challenges that developed countries are facing in the 21st century is the problem of an ageing population. This holds in particular for countries with small populations like New Zealand. People expect to live longer than ever before, and they expect that this increased longevity will be enjoyed living an independent, high quality lifestyle in their own homes.
Gibbons Lectures - Deep learning - what's missing? Event as iCalendar
18 May 2017, 6:30pmThere have certainly been some spectacular improvements in machine learning over the last couple of years, and one has to wonder what comes next? I will talk about recent breakthroughs but also focus on their intrinsic limitations in order to make some guesses about where the frontiers might lie.
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