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Dr Atoosa Kasirzadeh, Two Types of AI Existential Risk: Decisive and Accumulative

Controversies in the Data Society 2024 - Week 4 AI Safety and AI Ethics - bridging cultures of existential and social risk. Dr Atoosa Kasirzadeh, Dept of Philosophy, Chancellors Fellow in the…

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Prof Chris Dent Digital Twin based decision support: the Climate Resilience Demonstrator project and Discussion with Prof Hergel

Climate Extremes and Decision-making: how models can and cannot predict risks and harms Week 3 2024 This talk will describe the Climate Resilience Demonstrator project, which ran under the…

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Prof Gabi Hegerl, Using observed extreme weather and climate events to inform on future climate risk

Controversies inthe Data society 2024Climate Extremes and Decision-making: how models can and cannot predict risks and harms Prof Gabi Hegerl, School of GeosciencesThis presentation discusses…

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AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University - Part B

AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University, February 5th 2024 - Part B

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AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University - Part A

AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University, February 5th 2024 - Part A

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AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University - Part 4: AI Systems

AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University, January 29th 2024 - Part 4: AI Systems

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AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University - Part 3: Machine Learning

AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University, January 29th 2024 - Part 3: Machine Learning

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AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University - Part 2: Painting Stories

AI & Storytelling, Invited Lecture for Abertay University, January 29th 2024 - Part 2: Painting Stories

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Inaugural Lecture of Prof Pankaj Pankaj, Chair of Computational Biomechanics

The principle of parsimony in computational biomechanics Computational modelling is being extensively employed to assess the biomechanical properties and response of bone and bone-implant systems.…

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Category Theory in Epidemiology - Prof. John Baez (University of California, Riverside)

EMS meeting hosted by The University of Edinburgh. "Stock and flow diagrams" are widely used for modeling in epidemiology. Modelers often regard these diagrams as an informal step toward…

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LEL Bayesian Linear Models 2023 Sem 1

This is the recording of the LEL Bayesian Linear Models workshop held in ay 2023/24 Sem 1.

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BRAID Launch Livestream

Bridging Responsible AI Divides launch event, 15 Sep 2023, London BBC Broadcasting House.

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Dr Ian McNicoll - openEHR in evolution

MSc Leading Digital Transformation

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Heidi Koikkalainen - The openEHR Clinical Modelling Approach

Heidi Koikkalainen - The openEHR Clinical Modelling Approach

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Charlotte McLean

Charlotte McLean Intro

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Dr Paul Miller- An Introduction to openEHR

Dr Paul Miller- An Introduction to openEHR

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