Reports of “sonic attacks” in China, and previously in Cuba, have left many wandering whether sonic weapons could be targeting US diplomats. Victims have reportedly … Read more
Month: May 2018
Title: Decomposition Genetic Programming: An Extensive Evaluation on Rainfall Prediction in the Context of Weather Derivatives Authors: Sam Cramer, Michael Kampouridis, Alex A. Freitas Abstract: Regression problems … Read more
Congratulations to Prof Frank Wang whose paper “Memory deduplication: an effective approach to improve the memory system” has received the Best Paper Award of all … Read more
You’ve been anxiously waiting for the test results to come back. Life seems to be on pause while you are desperately hoping and praying it … Read more
The University of Kent is one of six UK universities which will feature in a video and series of features which the British Council will … Read more
Abstract: Word embeddings have been found to capture a surprisingly rich amount of syntactic and semantic knowledge. However, it is not yet sufficiently well-understood how the … Read more
In this paper, we showed how we can learn relations in an unsupervised way using a simple, but Mathematically elegant model, which shows comparable performance … Read more
We are recruiting for a new research-active full-time lectureship in the data science group! Apply online here: https://www11.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_kent01.asp?newms=jj&id=41746&aid=14243.
Dr. Chennu will join The Alan Turing Institute for Data Science as a visiting researcher from July 2018.