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Cambridge-Turing sessions reloaded: collaborative data science and AI research

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  • ClockThursday 21 October 2021, 10:00-12:15
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You are invited to the second series of Cambridge-Turing sessions reloaded, hosted by Cambridge Centre for Data-Driven Discovery (C2D3). This series of online sessions reflects the strengths and collaborations of data science and AI research across the University and many of the presentations will showcase the University’s partnership with The Alan Turing Institute. Our speakers will cover a wide range of themes and disciplines including predicting personalities, mental health, personalised healthcare, and data science for science and humanities.

Programme 10:00-10:05 Opening and Session 1 Presenting Turing Research Projects

10:05: AI-guided solutions for early detection of dementia – Professor Zoe Kourtzi (Turing University Lead for the University of Cambridge)

10:15: Q&A

10:25: The cooked and the raw; extracting and exploiting structured and unstructured clinical data from patient electronic health records – Dr Paul Schofield (Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience)

10:45: Q&A

10:55: Session 2: Research showcase

11:00: Title tbc – Dr David Stillwell (The Psychometrics Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School)

11:20: Modelling the Impact of Climate Change on UK Agriculture – Dr Sebastian Ahnert (Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at Cambridge, and also seconded to the Turing as Senior Research Fellow in the Data Science for Science programme)

11:40: Group Q&A

12:10 – 12:15 Closing

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This talk is part of the Cambridge Centre for Data-Driven Discovery (C2D3) series.

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