The Group is on lockdown but work continues:
Seminars are continuing online
Some staff are volunteering their hardware and data analysis skills at Hillingdon hospital
A collaboration with the MHRA and CPRD will result in synthetic primary care data being made available for Covid19 research.
Biraja Ghoshal has been exploring his methods for identifying Covid19 from lung images: https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.10769
IDA seminars will continue in spite of the UK lockdown. Last week’s was held successfully with three talks from successful IDA 2020 submissions.
Due to the ongoing Corona virus restrictions IDA 2020 will be held as a virtual conference online on the original dates. As a result it will be free to all! More information will be posted here nearer the time: IDA2020
Congratulations to Toyah Overton & Biraja Ghoshal for their papers accepted to IDA 2020 this year:
Biraja Ghoshal, Cecilia Lindskog, Allan Tucker, “Estimating Uncertainty in Deep Learning for Reporting Confidence: An Application on Cell Type Prediction in Testes Based on Proteomics”
Toyah Overton, Allan Tucker, “DO-U-Net for Segmentation and Counting”
Yani Xue, Miqing Li, Xiaohui Liu, “Angle-based Crowding Degree Estimation for Many-Objective Optimization”
Congratulations to Alina Miron and Leila Yousefi who have been succesful in theie application for the Turing Data Study Group this week:
IDA meeting held at WLFB 207/208 (2nd floor of Wilfred Brown) at 3:00PM
Leila Yousefi: The Prevalence of Errors in Machine Learning Experiments (slides can be found here)
Marco Ortu: The Butterfly “Affect”: Impact of Development Practices on Cryptocurrency Prices (slides can be found here)
Gabriel Scali: Constraint Satisfaction Problems and Constraint Programming (slides can be found here)