Beth Singler

Dr; Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence, Homerton College, University of Cambridge

Dr and Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence at Homerton College at the University of Cambridge in the UK

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Advances in machine learning A.I. have brought vast changes to our society. Smart tech can help scientists and engineers sift through vast amounts of data.

Can Alexa tackle the meaning of life?

Advances in machine learning A.I. have brought vast changes to our society. Smart tech can help scientists and engineers sift through vast amounts of data.

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