THE HOME OF UCL'S

AI COMMUNITY

Machine Learning Tutorials

With the initiative of helping with a better and easier exploration for our community members, We are launching a series of well-structured tutorials this year. We teach you Artificial Intelligence the right way.


Attend our weekly tutorials every Wednesday to learn the fundamentals of Machine Learning

Keynote Speaker Events

We host blockbuster keynote speeches from top-tier professionals in academia and industry to keep YOU partial to the ongoing AI conversation around you. No matter you are looking for an academic discussion or an invaluable chance to expand your network, don't hesitate to check our keynotes events.


Previous speakers have come from Facebook, Google and OpenAI.

Journal Clubs

Our Journal Clubs bring you up to speed with researchers on the bleeding edge of Machine Learning.


Some of our previous Journal Clubs have been on topics such as Deep Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning and Neural Ordinary Differential Equations.


Come and find us every Tuesday at 6pm for papers (room TBC), snacks and casual chats about Machine Learning and the state-of-the-art!

Pizza & Programming

Want to meet others in UCL's Machine Learning community?


Join the committee and the community in a shared workspace over pizza every Thursday (room and time TBC). Do Machine Learning, or do as you please!


There's only one rule: meet people and have fun!


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Get Involved,
Join a Project Team


EXPLORE

Google Developers Club

Our Google Developers Club project team is primarily focused on developing solutions for


  • Ocean Leung (PhD Computational Neuroscience)
  • Eduard Ernest (MSc Data Science)
  • Przemyslaw Wrobel (MSc Integrated Machine Learning)

Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)

The BCI team set out to do Machine Learning on EEG data with the initial, exploratory objective of creating a model to classify patient emotions.


Rachel Sava (BSc Neuroscience)
Maria Kapros (MSc Computer Science)
Sam Clothier (MSc Neuroscience)
Danny Kim (MSc Computer Science)
Adir Kaufmann (MSc Quantum Computing)

Natural Language Processing (NLP)

The NLP team taught themselves Natural Language Processing in order to predict stock and currency prices, such as the price of Bitcoin.


  • Ocean Leung (PhD Computational Neuroscience)
  • Eduard Ernest (MSc Data Science)
  • Przemyslaw Wrobel (MSc Integrated Machine Learning)