Episode 17: Recurrent networks Noticia

#podcast #T2E9 Data. Always data. Data is all around us, and there is a lot of talk about personal data, profiles, etc. But there is a special type that is not so well known: sequences. Data ordered according to a specific criterion; for example, this text. It is ordered according to the grammatical rules of […]

Inaugural lecture of the Ángela Ruíz Robles Cycle Noticia

#Event February – May – July 2022 This year, the DaSCI institute is organizing a new series of conferences centered on the innovative teacher Ángela Ruíz Robles from Spain. The proposal for this cycle brings together three figures with great charisma. We open on February 22 with Paula de la Hoz. Computer engineer, communicator and […]

Episode 16: Ant Colonies Noticia

#podcast #T2E8 Artificial Intelligence does not live by neural networks alone. There are numerous algorithms beyond that, and many of them are also inspired by nature. In this episode we discuss one of the best-known bio-inspired algorithms: the ant colony algorithm, which has countless uses, from finding the shortest paths on google maps to optimizing […]

AI will have a transforming role in our societies Noticia

We start the DaSCI Newsletter interviews with the participation of José Luis Flórez, Director of Artificial Intelligence at Minsait (Indra) and President of Dive Computer Vision. José Luis holds a PhD in economics and is a mathematician. His professional career has always been linked to the application of algorithms and machine learning methods to help […]

Episode 15: CSI..A Noticia

#podcast #T2E7 Many of us are familiar with forensic science thanks to series such as CSI or Bones. The protagonists of these series are very fluent in describing characteristics of human remains, such as population, sex, age, etc., or even identify a crime victim without DNA evidence. But in real life, these tasks are very […]

Francisco Herrera interviewed on Radio Nacional de España Noticia

#podcast #EL PLACER DE ADMIRAR Paleontologist Juan Luis Arsuaga talks on Radio Nacional de España with Francisco Herrera, in a conversation in which he discusses how he sees the future of society in a highly technological world in which Artificial Intelligence (machines, robots, intelligent systems) plays a fundamental role. For example, repetitive tasks are likely […]

MOOC Machine Learning and Big Data for Bioinformatics Noticia

#curso #gratis #OER #MOOC #MachineLearning #BigData #2022 #secondEdition University of Granada, through the Center for the Production of Resources for the Digital University, is part of the global initiative of offering Open Educational Resources as MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) through the platform AbiertaUGR. Among its catalog of courses, AbiertaUGR offers the MOOC “Machine Learning and Big […]

Students from CEIP Sierra Elvira complete their knowledge of the brain Noticia

#event #outreach The youngest students so far in our classrooms visit DaSCI. Together with their teacher Juana León and other teachers of the CEIP Sierra Elvira, twelve kids between 7 and 11 years old visited us at the E.T.S. de Ingenierías de Informática y Telecomunicación. The idea was to learn more about artificial intelligence and […]

Episode 14: Attention! Attention! Noticia

#podcast #T2E6 In November 2021, OpenAI finally opened the GPT-3 API to everyone. GPT-3 is a neural network for natural language processing that meant a breakthrough in the quality of generated text, and that attracted strong attention from mainstream media at the end of 2020. In this episode we bring attention to the mechanism underlying […]

Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technologies for the SDGs Noticia

Montes, R., Melero, F.J., Palomares, I., Alonso, S., Chiachío, J., Chiachío, M., Molina, D., Martínez-Cámara, E., Tabik, S., Herrera, F. AI and digital technologies are fundamental tools to advance on the path ahead in this decade, with an ineluctable moral and ethical responsibility towards today’s world. It is a great opportunity, and an enormous challenge, […]

Episode 13: Convolutional neural networks Noticia

#podcast #T2E5 Continuing our series on neural networks, this time it is the turn of convolutional neural networks. Responsible for the great popularity of deep learning in recent years, convolutional networks have drastically changed how we design systems for images. In this episode we talk about convolutions, primary classes and COVID with our colleague Anabel […]

Artificial Intelligence and Civil Engineering Noticia

Juan Chiachío and Manuel Chiachío The most advanced countries are seeing the onset of a new industrial revolution brought about by digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, remote sensing and robotics. The civil engineering industry, which comprises the construction and management of large infrastructures (roads, railways, bridges, power plants, dams, ports, etc.), is being part […]

The exhibition “Paseo Matemático al-Ándalus” opens in Granada Noticia

Exhibition 11/26/2021 to 01/9/2022 This coming Friday, November 26, 2021, at 6 p.m., the exhibition “Paseo Matemático al-Ándalus” will be inaugurated in Granada, which synthesizes a great study on mathematics and Andalusian monumental art. It includes the Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque-Cathedral and the Synagogue in Cordoba and the Real Alcazar, the Giralda and the […]

Timber Identification and Artificial Intelligence Operational Group (IMAI) Noticia

GO IMAI is formed by UPM (ETSI Montes, Forestal y Medio Natural), UGR (Andalusian Research Institute in Data Science and Computational Intelligence) and AEIM (Asociación Española del Comercio e Industria de la Madera) Web: https://goimai.es The Directorate General for Rural Development, Innovation and Agri-Food Training (DGDRIFA) is the managing authority responsible for the implementation of […]

Episode 12: Federated Learning Noticia

#podcast #T2E4 Data privacy is one of the most important challenges facing artificial intelligence. To build models, it is often necessary to have access to all the data, and in the case of particularly sensitive data, it involves numerous ethical issues. Federated learning was born to offer a viable alternative: building large-scale models using many […]

Episode 11: The perceptron Noticia

#podcast #T2E3 The first neural networks emerged in the 50’s. At first they consisted of very few neurons, and long training processes, but they already gave very relevant results in very varied fields such as astronomy or chemistry. Today we talk about the percpetron, the multilayer perceptron, and its applications in various fields with Sebastián […]

Inaugural Opening Lecture of the 2021/22 academic year at ETSIIT, given by Professor D. Óscar Cordón Noticia

#conference The solemn opening ceremony of the academic year 2021 – 2022 of the E.T.S. de Ingenierías Informática y de Telecomunicación, counts in this edition with a lecture on artificial intelligence applied to forensic anthropology and human identification. The inaugural lecture will be given by Professor Óscar Cordón, Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence […]

AI experiences on health and interpretability Noticia

#webinnar Natalia Diaz, DaSCI researcher, participates in this event organized by NVIDIA to give a presentation on Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) a concept of high relevance for the interpretability of Artificial Intelligence algorithms, and in the particular case of health.

Episode 10: Data AstroScience Noticia

#podcast #T2E2 The study of data is fundamental to any science. Statistics and processing algorithms play a fundamental role for fields like Astronomy and Astrophysics, where observations are noisy. But at the same time, they allow us to calculate orbits to detect planets light years away from our planet. We will talk about astronomy and […]

Episode 9: The neuron Noticia

#podcast #T2E9 Already at the dawn of artificial intelligence, scientists looked to nature. And specifically, the human brain, the paradigm of “natural” intelligence. So the logical thing to do was to be inspired, and create analogues of neurons and their connections. In this way, back in the 1950s, the foundations of neural networks as we […]