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Living with AI Podcast

Curious to find out what artificial intelligence (AI) means for society and everyday life? Tune in to the "Living with AI" Podcast by the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub. We discuss the challenges and opportunities of equipping machines with artificial intelligence. Episodes focus on technologies ranging from voice assistants and...

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UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub

I am thrilled to be part of the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub, led by Prof Gopal Ramchurn. From Sep' 2020, the TAS Hub will provide bring together a team from the Universities of Southampton, Nottingham, and King’s College London in order to provide a collaborative platform for research on...

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IEEE-AASP Challenge on Acoustic Source Localization and Tracking (LOCATA)

On behalf of the organising committee, I am pleased to announce the release of the development dataset for the IEEE-AASP Challenge on Acoustic Source Localization and Tracking (LOCATA). The aim of this challenge is to provide researchers in the field of acoustic source localization and tracking the opportunity to benchmark their...

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“Optimized Self-Localization for SLAM in Dynamic Scenes using Probability Hypothesis Density Filters”

Open Access: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing Authors:  Christine Evers and Patrick A. Naylor Abstract:  In many applications, sensors that map the positions of objects in unknown environments are installed on dynamic platforms. As measurements are relative to the observer's sensors, scene mapping requires accurate knowledge of the observer state. However, in practice, observer reports...

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“Sparse parametric modeling of the early part of acoustic impulse responses”

IEEE Xplore Access: Proc. European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO) Authors:  Constantinos Papayannis, Christine Evers and Patrick A. Naylor Abstract:  Acoustic channels are typically described by their Acoustic Impulse Response (AIR) as a Moving Average (MA) process. Such AIRs are often considered in terms of their early and late parts, describing discrete reflections and the diffuse...

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