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Robin has written articles for Significance magazine, including "Can a gamble ever be right or wrong?" and "Frog kissing.".

"Making the most of Citizen Science" explains how Bayesian probability is used in intelligent machine learning to improve crowd sourced science.

Statistics Taster Days run by the Department of Statistics for year 12 students explore how statistics is used, with workshops on a wide variety of applications.

Understanding Uncertainty aims to explain risk and uncertainty to the general public and is run by Professor David Spiegelhalter.

Oxford Computational Statistics uses Bayesian inference to develop models of language, investigate genetic processes, and unsupervised machine learning (one of the potential precursors to artificial intelligence).

Poster preview of B is for Bayesian inferenece
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