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Recent and forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: December edition

AIHub

This post contains a list of the AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between now and the end of January 2021. We've also listed recent past seminars that are available for you to watch. All events detailed here are free and open for anyone to attend virtually. This list includes forthcoming seminars scheduled to take place between 17 December and 31 January. AI and individual rights Speakers: To be confirmed Organised by: Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) Register here.


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ODBMS.ORG is designed to meet the fast-growing need for resources focusing on Big Data, Data Science, Analytical Data Platforms, Scalable Cloud platforms, NewSQL databases, NoSQL datastores, In-Memory Databases, and new approaches to concurrency control. The portal was created to serve software developers in the open source community or at commercial companies as well as faculty and students at educational and research institutions. Roberto is Full Professor of Database and Information Systems at Frankfurt University. He was for over 15 years the representative of the OMG in Europe. Previously, Roberto served as associate professor at Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Visiting scientist at IBM Almaden Research Center, USA, the University of California at Berkeley, USA; Visiting professor at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, the National University of Mexico City, Mexico and the Copenhagen Business School, Danemark.


Watch tadpoles breathe by sucking in air bubbles at water's surface

New Scientist

Most tadpoles have to breathe air to survive but hatchlings are too feeble to break the "skin" on a pond's surface caused by water tension – so they suck air bubbles instead. While tadpoles have gills, most also develop lungs and frequently surface to breathe air, which is essential for survival in water containing low levels of oxygen. Kurt Schwenk at the University of Connecticut saw the unusual behaviour by chance while studying salamanders feeding on tadpoles in the lab. "What I saw blew my mind. I assumed this had been described before but it hadn't," he says.


Recent and forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: November edition

AIHub

Here you can find a list of the AI-related seminars that are scheduled to take place between now and the end of December 2020. We've also listed recent past seminars that are available for you to watch. All events detailed here are free and open for anyone to attend virtually. This list includes forthcoming seminars scheduled to take place between 13 November and 30 December. Privacy and Artificial Intelligence: a regulatory sandbox – dialogue meeting Speaker: Kari Laumann Organised by: Norwegian University of Science and Technology To attend, register via this link.


Recent and forthcoming machine learning and AI seminars: February 2021 edition

AIHub

Title to be confirmed Speaker: Fabio Petroni Organised by: Stanford MLSys Join the email list to find out how to register for each seminar. Title to be confirmed Speaker: Chad Jenkins (University of Michigan) Organised by: Robotics Today Watch the seminar here. Title to be confirmed Speaker: Samory K. Kpotufe Organised by: London School of Economics and Political Science Register here.