Category: Podcasts

Computer Vision and Ecology

Computer vision, Ecology and Biodiversity

Network Rail is one of the biggest landholders in the UK.

Amjad hosts a conversation where they discuss how Network Rail is using train mounted cameras, satellite data and monitoring stations to get a baseline on the biodiversity along their tracks and then to protect that biodiversity whilst running a safe and reliable train network.

Tom talks about UKCEH’s work developing remote moth stations for detecting species of moths in a habitat and their work bringing AI and technology to the public and citizen scientists.

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The Future of Work and the Consolidation of Data

The Future of Work and the Consolidation of Data

In this episode, Amjad discusses the challenges societies face from companies who control the data upon which a lot of the applications and models we develop depend upon. We also discuss how AI and the rise of remote working mean for the future of work.

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AI and the Justice System

The legal system is close to a crisis of confidence. Notice the phrase “crisis of confidence”. This is not just a challenge of processing a backlog of cases but ensuring the public feels the system is doing what it is meant to do: deliver justice.

In this episode Cari and I discuss what this means. Can AI be used to achieve this goal? What would a framework to evaluate the use of AI in a legal setting look like and why she’s starting with road traffic offences.

You can visit the project page on the King’s College website.

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