A bumper "weeknotes" this time, an entire month's work for the IRFS team.
Blog post on 14 Jun 2021
An update on the envrionmental footprint of BBC television services for 2019/20.
Blog post on 11 Jun 2021
Recent developments mean that compression can be considered a computer vision problem. Neural compression is an opportunity for us to experiment and rethink.
Blog post on 7 Jun 2021
Explaining AI by showing what a computer really knows about birdwatching
Blog post on 27 May 2021
Using metadata generated from our work with the programme, we've created a quiz which automatically generates questions from the data.
Blog post on 25 May 2021
The whole album, remixed to take advantage of the variety of speakers available in your home, making you feel like you are in the studio with the band.
Blog post on 21 May 2021
This episode; explaining ML, looking to the future, better voice detection and tagging drama.
Blog post on 6 May 2021
Adding colours from example images to black and white content using attention-based neural networks.
Blog post on 4 May 2021
BBC introducing prototype gets tested, Galen and Fearne start machine learning, understanding machine learning outreach, and the Data team get a look at GPT3.
Blog post on 22 Apr 2021
We have developed our system for automated remote camera monitoring - now identifying fish and potentially 'interesting' moments.
Blog post on 14 Apr 2021
A new five year partnership to create and deliver object-based media to audiences in large numbers.
Blog post on 8 Apr 2021
Regional pronunciation, recommender performance, multi-label classifiers, and even more workshops on stock photos for AI.
Our new conformance testing tools can test VC-2 codec implementations more thoroughly.
Blog post on 7 Apr 2021
Bird identification and schools, Mozfest workshop, imposter syndrome, public service recommendations and multi-player advanture testing
Blog post on 19 Mar 2021