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Spatial and temporal patterns in baleen whale density estimated using Ocean Bottom Seismometers and other large-scale opportunistic acoustic datasets

  Research Group: Scottish Oceans Institute
Uniting the disciplines of biology and statistics can help us to better understand and ultimately conserve the environment. For example, monitoring the abundance of animal populations over time is important for effective conservation and management. Read more

Modelling low-mass star-forming galaxies

We can analyse galaxies individually or as a population. Focusing on the latter allows us to empirically track galaxy evolution since, if we measure demographics of galaxy populations at different distances, we are viewing the universe at different epochs. Read more

Using neural networks and clustering algorithms to understand the mass flows and energy cycles at the heart of our Galaxy

The inner few thousand light years of the Milky Way – the Central Molecular Zone (CMZ) – hosts the nearest supermassive black hole, largest reservoir of dense gas, most massive/dense stellar clusters, and highest volume density of supernovae in the Galaxy. Read more

Integrating Sub-symbolic and Symbolic Reasoning for Value Alignment

An important long-term concern regarding the ethical impact of AI is the so called ‘value alignment problem’; that is, how to ensure that the decisions of autonomous AIs are aligned with human values. Read more

Learning and deploying safe and trustworthy models of data provenance

Our modern lives are increasingly governed by ubiquitous AI systems and an abundance of digital data. More and more products and services are providing us with better tools and recommendations for our professional, personal, and entertainment activities. Read more

Generative modelling with neural probabilistic circuits

The current state of the art in generative modelling is dominated by neural networks. Despite their impressive performance on many benchmark tasks, these algorithms do not provide tractable inference for common and important queries, e.g. Read more

PhD Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence for Computational Imaging

The Biomedical and Astronomical Signal Processing group (. BASP. ) at Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh (. HWU. ), headed by Professor Yves Wiaux, jointly with Edinburgh's prestigious Centre for Doctoral Training on Mathematical Modelling, Analysis and Computation. Read more

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