Prof Yarin Gal will be speaking at the European Space Agency’s Phi-week, discussing work done at OATML on AI in space. The talk will cover work on topics ranging from exoplanet atmospheric retrieval to asteroid shape modelling from radar data.
OATML graduate student Angelos Filos will present his paper ‘Inverse Reinforcement Learning for Limit Order Book Dynamics’ at the the ICML 2019 Workshop on Applications and Infrastructure for Multi-Agent Learning, with the paper selected for an oral presentation.
Prof Yarin Gal will be speaking at the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition on 6 July, discussing work on AI and art. The talk will cover techniques in machine learning that give us the chance to venture beyond the frame of some famous paintings.
OATML DPhil student Aidan Gomez is co-organising the ICML 2019 Workshop on Invertible Neural Nets and Normalizing Flows together with Aaron Courville and Danilo Rezende.
Prof Yarin Gal will give a talk at the UN summit on “AI for Good” on the development of AI which we can trust: How can we develop trust-worthy machine learning tools to be deployed in the wild? He will further participate in a panel discussion on the topic IT’S A MATTER OF TRUST.
The Publications page has been updated with NeurIPS and UAI papers.
We’re organising the Third Bayesian Deep Learning Workshop at NeurIPS 2018.