Colleagues within the School of Physical Sciences have been involved in the production of a new set of 60 second adventures centred around the theme of Artificial Intelligence. The new set of four videos were sponsored by the ESCAPE H2020 project (projectescape.eu) and they are designed as an overview of how various machine learning techniques work and how they can be used in some astrophysical contexts. The videos can be found on OpenLearn answering questions such as: How does Artificial Intelligence (AI) work? How is AI used in science? The answers are all explained as short animations narrated by David Mitchell.
For more information about the types of analysis that the ESCAPE partner experiments use, and which link to the videos, please see here.
60 second adventures in Artificial Intelligence - How does A.I. work? (1/4)
60 second adventures in Artificial Intelligence - A.I. vs A.I. (2/4)
60 second adventures in Artificial Intelligence - Humans teaching A.I. (3/4)
60 second adventures in Artificial Intelligence - An eye for an A.I. (4/4)
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