Advances in Data Science 2020

ADVANCES IN DATA SCIENCE WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY 23RD JUNE 2020 FROM 10:00 - 16:30

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A meeting to present recent developments in data science. Invited speakers include leading data scientists from industry and academia. Talks will range from application-focussed to advanced data science methodologies. This year's conference will be held online due to the covid19 situation.

PROGRAMME
10:00- 10:10 Welcome Magnus RattrayUniversity of Manchester Institute for Data Science and AI 

10:10- 10:30 Interpretability in Natural Language Processing, Ivan TitovUniversity of Edinburgh and University of Amsterdam 

10:35- 10:55 Creating time sensitive sensors from language and heterogeneous content, Maria LiakataQueen Mary University of London 

11.00- 11.20 Intelligent data linkage and distributed semantics for (big) data interpretation, Sabina Leonelli, University of Exeter 

11:25 Coffee break 

11:40- 12.00 Data analysis with humans, Samuel KaskiAalto University and University of Manchester 

12:05- 12.25 Algorithmic recourse: from counterfactual explanations to interventions, Isabel ValeraMax Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems 

12.30 Lunch break 

13.30- 13.50 Multi-frame super-resolution by recursive fusion: HighRes-net, the tech and beyond, Freddie KalaitzisElement AI 

13.55- 14.15 Learning robot skills from data, Jan PetersTU Darmstadt 

14.20- 14.40 Can randomness in stochastic gradient descent provide privacy?, Stephanie HylandETH Zurich 

14.45 Coffee break 

15.00- 15.20 TBA, Anjali MazumderCarnegie Mellon University and the Alan Turing Institute 

15.25- 15.45 Climate Informatics: Machine Learning for the Study of Climate Change, Claire MonteleoniUniversity of Colorado Boulder 

15.50- 16.20 Panel Discussion 

16.20 Closing Remarks

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