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UCC is delighted to host this seminar by Greg Tarr, winner of the BT Young Scientist & Technologist of the Year 2021
Seminar: Towards Large-scale Deepfake Detection (Greg Tarr)
The School of Computer Science and Information Technology at University College Cork, the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, and the SFI Centre for Research Training in Artificial Intelligence, is delighted to host this seminar by Greg Tarr, winner of the BT Young Scientist & Technologist of the Year 2021, in which he will give an overview of his award winning project.
Date And Time
Thu, 4 February 2021
15:30 – 17:00 GMT
Abstract: A brief history of the field of AI, followed by a conceptual analysis of deepfake creation methods, and methods of detecting them. The seminar will touch upon some issues that arise when deploying machine learning at scale, as well as methods of solving them.
About the Speaker: Greg is an eighteen year old who attends Bandon Grammar School in Co. Cork. He has won 8 awards at BT Young Scientist: 6 for work in AI/ML including BT Young Scientist & Technologist of the Year 2021 as well as the Stripe, Bell Labs, and Intellectual Ventures special awards. He has worked as a software engineer for a datacenter and as an AI engineer implementing production ready systems.
Host: Barry O’Sullivan, School of Computer Science & Information Technology, Insight Centre for Data Analytics and the SFI Centre for Research Training in Artificial Intelligence.
Agenda for the Seminar
• Professor Barry O'Sullivan, Insight and CSIT, UCC
• Professor Anita Maguire, VP for Research & Innovation
• Professor Cormac J. Sreenan, Head of School, CSIT UCC
15:40 Greg Tarr's Talk
16:20 Q&A with the Audience