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  Impact of AI on Society
  Dr J Bryson
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Student sought with an interest in understanding the impact of Information Communication Technology (ICT) generally and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in particular on contemporary economies, political systems, and societies.
  Accountable and Transparent Human-Like AI
  Dr J Bryson
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Students with an interest in systems engineering, dev ops, and real-time human-like artificial intelligence are encouraged to apply, in order to research development methodologies and transparency mechanisms for domestic and/or professional AI systems.
  Making Sense of Multi-dimensional Data with Reduced-Dimensionality Projections and Parallel Coordinates
  Prof S. Payne
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
There is a great deal of recent and ongoing computer science research developing algorithms for the projection of multi-dimensional data on to 2-D or 3-D space, resulting in scatter-plots that represent the similarity between pairs of items, and can be thought of as offering flexible human-computer clustering algorithms (e.g.
  Machine Learning for Computational Medical Imaging
  Dr M Golbabaee
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
With recent advances in machine learning, we are witnessing a new wave of data-driven approaches emerge to uncover the physical models behind many complex systems in modern applications.
  Object recognition regardless of Depiction
  Prof P Hall
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Object recognition is a well-established area of Visual Computing, with performance rates quoted well above 90%. However, all algorithms to date train and text almost exclusively on photographs; all, including neural architectures, suffer a significant fall in performance when artwork in included [1].
  Bridging the gap between knowledge and data-driven AI
  Dr M De Vos
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
AI techniques in decision-making can be divided into knowledge-driven AI and data-driven AI. The former starts with domain expert knowledge being modelled while in the later machine learning techniques are used to derive the patterns needed for decision-making.
  Interpretations of machine capability and emotion in human-robot interactions
  Dr L Watts
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Social robots are machines that will operate autonomously in public spaces, the great majority in non-humanoid form. They must be capable of behaving in a manner that is intelligible to the people who encounter them so that they neither disrupt nor mislead.
  General probability distributions for structured machine learning
  Dr T S Fincham Haines
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Supervised machine learning models, such as artificial neural networks, are unstructured. They can be trained from data, but there is no possibility to include any additional knowledge, e.g.
  Crossing the Uncanny Valley using Procedural Character AI
  Prof D Cosker
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
The Uncanny Valley [Mori] is a term used to describe the challenge of creating human like avatars. Originally applied to robotics, it is a term now commonly applied to computer generated characters.
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