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Talking Machines

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Talking Machines

Talking Machines

Tote Bag Productions

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Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us, here we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers.

Latest Episodes

Let's Reflect

We're not bringing you an episode this week. We're taking some time to think about thesystems we take partin and how those perpetuate anti black racism and the effects of that on the work in this field. We'd like to bring you meaningful conversations around those systems and how we can change them and ourselves. We encourage everyone to explore the amazing work of Black in AI, Data Science Africa and Shut Down STEM. Take care of yourselves, take care of each other, and stay tuned.

30 sJUN 14
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Let's Reflect

Predicting Floods and Really Doing Good

In this episode of Talking Machines we talk with Sella Nevo of Google Research about the Google Flood Forecasting Project,what they'vebeen doing, and what is means to really move the needle on AI for Good.

39 MINMAY 30
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Predicting Floods and Really Doing Good

ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual

In episode eight of season six we talk with Alexander Rush and Shakir Mohamed about their work on ICLR this year which was first to take place in Ethiopia and then became totally virtual!

38 MINMAY 15
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ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual

Humans in the Loop and Outside of the Classroom

In episode seven of season six we talk with Michael Littman about his work in reinforcement learning, on scientific communication, and in the classroom.

38 MINMAY 1
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Humans in the Loop and Outside of the Classroom

The Evolution of ML and Furry Little Animals

In episode six of season six we chat with Professor Terry Sejnowski about his work, the evolution of the field, and the development of the NeurIPS conference. We taped this episode live and took questions from the audience. Want to join our "studio audience"? Check out @tlkngmchns on Twitter.

47 MINAPR 17
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The Evolution of ML and Furry Little Animals

Talking Machines Live and Understanding Modeling Viruses

Episode five of season six is our first live episode! We talk with ElaineNsoesie of Boston University about modeling disease and Covid 19 in the African context. plus we take listen questions live! Want to join our "studio audience" check out our twitter feed for how to sign up!

39 MINAPR 3
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Talking Machines Live and Understanding Modeling Viruses

Prioritizing Problems and 100 episodes

Episode four of season six is our 100th episode! (Well it's Katherine's). We take a break from our regular format for Neil and Katherine to chat about the current situation around Covid-19, understanding exponentials, and what impact this might have on how problems get prioritized.

30 MINMAR 20
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Prioritizing Problems and 100 episodes

The Great AI Fallacy

In this episode we talk about the Great AI Fallacy, take a listener question about Federated Learning, and catch up with Ross Goodwin and Oscar Sharp

48 MINMAR 6
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The Great AI Fallacy

If a Machine Could Predict Your Death, Should it?

in episode two of season six we hear Ziad Obermeyer's talk from TedX Boston entitled If a Machine Could Predict Your Death, Should it?

18 MINFEB 21
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If a Machine Could Predict Your Death, Should it?

Predicting the Decade and Distributing Conferences

In episode one of season six we make some predictions about what will happen in the field in the next decade and talk with Margot Gerritsen about her work and WiDSYou can listen to the WiDS podcast here!

66 MINFEB 7
Comments
Predicting the Decade and Distributing Conferences

Latest Episodes

Let's Reflect

We're not bringing you an episode this week. We're taking some time to think about thesystems we take partin and how those perpetuate anti black racism and the effects of that on the work in this field. We'd like to bring you meaningful conversations around those systems and how we can change them and ourselves. We encourage everyone to explore the amazing work of Black in AI, Data Science Africa and Shut Down STEM. Take care of yourselves, take care of each other, and stay tuned.

30 sJUN 14
Comments
Let's Reflect

Predicting Floods and Really Doing Good

In this episode of Talking Machines we talk with Sella Nevo of Google Research about the Google Flood Forecasting Project,what they'vebeen doing, and what is means to really move the needle on AI for Good.

39 MINMAY 30
Comments
Predicting Floods and Really Doing Good

ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual

In episode eight of season six we talk with Alexander Rush and Shakir Mohamed about their work on ICLR this year which was first to take place in Ethiopia and then became totally virtual!

38 MINMAY 15
Comments
ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual

Humans in the Loop and Outside of the Classroom

In episode seven of season six we talk with Michael Littman about his work in reinforcement learning, on scientific communication, and in the classroom.

38 MINMAY 1
Comments
Humans in the Loop and Outside of the Classroom

The Evolution of ML and Furry Little Animals

In episode six of season six we chat with Professor Terry Sejnowski about his work, the evolution of the field, and the development of the NeurIPS conference. We taped this episode live and took questions from the audience. Want to join our "studio audience"? Check out @tlkngmchns on Twitter.

47 MINAPR 17
Comments
The Evolution of ML and Furry Little Animals

Talking Machines Live and Understanding Modeling Viruses

Episode five of season six is our first live episode! We talk with ElaineNsoesie of Boston University about modeling disease and Covid 19 in the African context. plus we take listen questions live! Want to join our "studio audience" check out our twitter feed for how to sign up!

39 MINAPR 3
Comments
Talking Machines Live and Understanding Modeling Viruses

Prioritizing Problems and 100 episodes

Episode four of season six is our 100th episode! (Well it's Katherine's). We take a break from our regular format for Neil and Katherine to chat about the current situation around Covid-19, understanding exponentials, and what impact this might have on how problems get prioritized.

30 MINMAR 20
Comments
Prioritizing Problems and 100 episodes

The Great AI Fallacy

In this episode we talk about the Great AI Fallacy, take a listener question about Federated Learning, and catch up with Ross Goodwin and Oscar Sharp

48 MINMAR 6
Comments
The Great AI Fallacy

If a Machine Could Predict Your Death, Should it?

in episode two of season six we hear Ziad Obermeyer's talk from TedX Boston entitled If a Machine Could Predict Your Death, Should it?

18 MINFEB 21
Comments
If a Machine Could Predict Your Death, Should it?

Predicting the Decade and Distributing Conferences

In episode one of season six we make some predictions about what will happen in the field in the next decade and talk with Margot Gerritsen about her work and WiDSYou can listen to the WiDS podcast here!

66 MINFEB 7
Comments
Predicting the Decade and Distributing Conferences
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