AI News, Jamie Shotton

Jamie Shotton

Jamie Shotton is a Partner Scientist and leads the HoloLens Science team at Microsoft in Cambridge, UK, where his team focuses on the visual understanding of people to improve interaction and communication in mixed reality.  He studied Computer Science at the University of Cambridge, where he remained for his PhD in computer vision and machine learning.

Interview with Carl Chalmers from Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Carl Chalmers is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Liverpool John Moores University. He has over 10 internationally accepted ...

“Computer Science as a Major Body of Accumulated Knowledge,” at ACM Turing 50 Celebration

1974 Turing Award recipient Donald Knuth and author of “The Art of Computer Programming” discusses the nature of computer science as a discipline and its ...

Towards Machines that Perceive and Communicate

Kevin Murphy (Google Research) Abstract: In this talk, I summarize some recent work in my group related to visual scene understanding and "grounded" ...

Meet the robot avatars helping Cambridge students combine education and motherhood

They are 40cm tall, made of white plastic, and don't look like your average students, but robot avatars have taken their place in the classroom at Cambridge ...

John Hennessy and David Patterson 2017 ACM A.M. Turing Award Lecture

2017 ACM A.M. Turing Award recipients John Hennessy and David Patterson delivered their Turing Lecture on June 4 at ISCA 2018 in Los Angeles. The lecture ...

Adam Wierman - Caltech Computes - Alumni College 2016

Adam Wierman, Professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Executive Officer for Computing and Mathematical Sciences, and Director of Information ...

Legoline: An innovation in the teaching of systems engineering

With support from the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre (EDC) has developed a new Graduate module in Systems ...

Knowledge Systems and AI

In an ideal world, there would be infinite computing resources. These resources would be free and sustainable, with no impact on the future of our planet.

Know How: 60 years of Computer Science at Oxford

Oxford University's Department of Computer Science has an illustrious history of world-class research and teaching. Here we celebrate its decades of impact on ...

High School Quiz Show - The Championship: Advanced Math & Science vs. Lexington (715)

The quest for the trophy comes down to a final battle of the brains between Advanced Math & Science Academy and Lexington High School! These two teams ...