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Published on Jan 15, 2015
Michael A. Osborne is an information engineer; more specifically, he works in Machine Learning (a component of Artificial Intelligence). Professor Osborne designs intelligent systems: algorithms capable of substituting for human time and attention. Such algorithms, like humans, are faced with the task of understanding and acting upon complex, uncertain, data. Professor Osborne is also interested in more applied problems related to sensor networks, including fault and changepoint detection, automated observation selection and sensor placement. He has also applied probabilistic techniques in a variety of interdisciplinary collaborations, ranging from autonomous vehicles to user interfaces, astrostatistics to zoology.
At the "digitising europe" summit Michael kicked off the first session with a keynote speech on 'Computerisation and the Reinvention of Work'.