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Office 365 Migration question for you

Folks, As you know, this migration is about to happen. You will almost certainly already have an iSolutions Exchange account, which is being moved to Office 365. *Do you already have some email stored in your iSolutions mailbox???* You can check this at www.outlook.soton.ac.uk. *This is the problem:* For example, say there are already messages […]

Office 365 Email Migration Update

You are receiving this email as you were identified as an ECS staff member currently using an IMAP email account. *What’s happening and why?* The current ECS IMAP email service has limited storage capacity and is reaching end of life.  The Faculty is working with iSolutions to migrate your email to Office 365 to address […]

ECS IMAP email migration

Created on 5 March 2018, 16:54, by admin

You are receiving this email as you were identified as an ECS member currently using an IMAP email account. *What’s happening and why?* The current ECS IMAP email service has limited storage capacity and is reaching end of life.  In consultation with the Faculty, we will be migrating your email to Office 365, which is […]

ACM e-Energy 2015

During July of this year, the sixth ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy) took place in Bangalore, India. The conference aims to be the premier venue for research taking place in the area of computing and communication for smart energy systems. The conference played host to a number of keynote speakers alongside […]

NILM 2015 Workshop Summary

Created on 28 July 2015, 10:44, by Oliver Parson

During July 2015, Imperial College London played host to nearly 70 attendees from all over the world for the European Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) workshop, bringing together energy disaggregation researchers and professionals for this 2-day event.   The purpose of the workshop was to provide a forum for energy disaggregation enthusiasts to learn about recent […]

Language Understanding in the Wild: Combining Crowdsourcing and Machine Learning – WWW 2015

Created on 30 March 2015, 10:07, by Matteo Venanzi

How do we build an automated tool for tweet sentiment analysis that learns from crowdsourced human annotations? This is the challenge addressed by the Bayesian Classifier Combination with Words (BCCWords) model presented in the paper to appear in WWW 2015:   Simpson, Edwin, Venanzi, Matteo, Reece, Steven, Kohli, Pushmeet, Guiver, John, Roberts, Stephen and Jennings, Nicholas R. (2015) Language Understanding in the Wild: […]

The limits of human performance and artificial intelligence

Created on 26 March 2015, 10:42, by Mark Ebden

Last month in Oxford, Garry Kasparov spoke on ‘The limits of human performance and artificial intelligence’. A few Orchid researchers attended the talk and found it thought-provoking. The video is available to view here or on YouTube. At one point Garry mentioned humans and computers playing together, rather than in opposition. One human plus one […]

Gamification online course

Created on 18 February 2015, 18:38, by Matteo Venanzi

https://class.coursera.org/gamification-004 The second edition of the Gamification course taught by Prof. Kevin Werback (University of Pennsylvania) is live on Coursera. The course was very successful in his first edition (2012). It is currently half way through its programme but all the videos and assignments are available online and the lectures organise regular hangout meetings with the students. I find it quite engaging […]

CHI video preview: Building a Birds Eye View

Here is the CHI ‘video preview’ that will be published alongside the paper in the ACM Digital Library. This message and any attachment are intended solely for the addressee and may contain confidential information. If you have received this message in error, please send it back to me, and immediately delete it. Please do not […]

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