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Introduction to Data Ethics and the Data Ethics Canvas

7 February 2020

In this half-day interactive course run by our experts you will be given an introduction to the concept of data ethics, and how to help your organisation use the ODI Data Ethics Canvas to help make better and more ethical decisions about data. You will leave the workshop ready to run your first...

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Defining the research agenda in Machine Learning interpretability, explainability and trustability

11 February 2020

The ability to interpret the predictions of a machine learning model brings about user trust and supports understanding of the underlying processes being modeled. In many application domains, such as the medical, insurance and criminal justice domains, model interpretability and explainability...

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Dynamic situational awareness from autonomous platforms (1,000 Drones) Workshop

13 February 2020

The workshop will assess possible contexts for use and expose the key research questions that need to be addressed. Participants will help identify and evaluate any existing research efforts that could contribute towards the research questions.A prioritised list of the key issues will be created...

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The Royal Society of Medicine: Recent developments in AI and digital health event

24 February 2020

Find out about the latest developments in AI; the ability of a computer program or a machine to think and learn. Through multidisciplinary lectures and lively panel discussions, this Royal Society of Medicine event will explore the latest developments in the application of AI technologies to...

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Seminar: Data science and historical texts: modelling meaning change from Ancient Greek to web archives

25 February 2020

Over time, new words enter the language, others become obsolete, and existing words acquire new meanings. In Old English thing meant ‘a public assembly’ and now means more generally ‘entity’; chill originally meant ‘to cool’ and has metaphorically been extended to ‘to relax’...

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Seminar: Telling it like it is – the power of qualitative methods

24 March 2020

Qualitative methods are core elements of research enquiry in the social sciences, recognised as essential to both the exploration of human behaviour, and the explanation of its complexities. Yet they are less typically applied in the health, engineering and computing sciences, where statistical...

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