Ester Paolocci discusses the new developments and future applications of AI highlighting potential pitfalls in AI adoption.
Duncan W. Martinson describes the progression of optimal transport theory through various applications from economics to AI.
OpenAI’s language model ChatGPT describes itself, how it was created, and its significance in the field of natural language processing and AI.
By Rhian Gruar This article was originally published in The Oxford Scientist Michaelmas Term 2021 edition, Change. On the 26 June 2000, President Bill Clinton announced the completion of the first draft of the Human Genome Project (HGP) to the world, ushering in a new age of scientific understanding. The HGP was a decade-long endeavour…
Does the technology behind predictive texts, facial recognition, and our social media feeds offer the solution to struggling global wildlife conservation efforts? Katie Jones investigates.
In recent years, the use of underwater microphones called hydrophones has allowed scientists to listen in on the underwater world in a non-invasive way. Passive acoustic monitoring has already been used in various biological studies, such as documenting the distribution and migration of whales and characterising the responses of fish to environmental changes.
As our world is re-shaped by the global pandemic, the demand for creative and ethical business ventures is greater than ever. Indeed, the consequences of the virus have placed a spotlight on key gaps and inequalities in our world and in turn mobilized organizations to develop strategies to alleviate the current impact and safeguard our…