It’s 2020, and we’re living in the future. Smart phones unlock when they recognise our faces, and cars are starting to drive themselves. But sometimes machines, like people, get it wrong. Our main speaker, Daniel Zoran, is a research scientist at DeepMind, the UK based world-leading artificial intelligence company. Daniel holds a PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and was a post-doctoral associate at MIT before joining DeepMind. His talk will focus on how we teach machines to see, what we think they might be learning and how, sometimes, they yield unexpected results.
And we welcome Bellatrix, a singer and songwriter who also happens to be a Guildhall-trained double bassist and world beatboxing champion. This unusual and multifaceted artist is always engaged in a diverse range of projects for which she wears a multitude of different musical hats.
We will get your Sunday morning booted up with our usual sing-along pop/rock tunes, an energetic host, and a member of the community coming up to tell us how they’re “trying their best”. Please stay after for tea, biscuits, and lively conversation with other members of the community.
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Conway Hall have let us know that there is one accessible parking spot in Red Lion Square, but it is frequently in use. However, parking is free and unrestricted on Sundays outside Conway Hall.