This training course aims to bring the ideas and benefits of test-driven development to the arena of data analysis, augmenting and adapting those ideas as appropriate. We will introduce attendees to testing data at all stages of processing and the data processes themselves.
“I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that”: Negotiating the Legal and Ethical Minefields of Artificial Intelligence.
“I’m sorry Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that”: negotiating the legal and ethical minefields of Artificial Intelligence.
The workshop is targeted at those international organisations considering Scotland as a potential location for their next Data-related investment, and will provide an overview of the data ecosystem in Scotland, and extensive support infrastructure potentially available to ensure the success their new Scottish corporate presence..
The Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications (SoXSA) will host this one-day workshop at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, where you will have the chance to build a UBO PocketQube satellite and then code it using Arduino to achieve your mission goals!
This is data done differently. Rethink what you thought you knew about data by exploring how it’s used in marketing. The data driven marketing industry is evolving at lightning speed and it needs talented people to think differently and push boundaries to produce extraordinary things.
How has the concept of value changed in today’s interconnected world? Are value chains still relevant? Do organisations really understand where value lies for them? Where is the value for the customer and does that tie in with their values?
At the start of 2011, the World Economic Forum declared personal data to be a new asset class. In the eight years since, the concept has swept through the business world, driving investment into data and analytics, forging the expanding sector we now know. What has yet to be settled, however, is exactly how data should be valued in a true economic sense.
Welcome to our first Scottish Qlik Dev Group session under the Qlik Meetup banner! We're excited to announce Barry Harmsen as our headline speaker. Barry is a Qlik Luminary, author and creater of the popular Theme Builder for Qlik Sense. We look forward to welcoming Barry to Scotland.
Data and analytics are at the heart of a digital revolution that is transforming how people manage their money, allowing us to tackle some of the fundamental issues that we face as a society. For example: helping young people to get on the property ladder or older people to enjoy their retirement
Analysing Financial Behaviour Using Transactional Data (Fruits of collaboration between academia and industry)
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University, as well as members of the fintech industry join to deliver latest insights on personal financial health and financial behaviour in the UK.
Understanding data is crucial for today’s Directors who need to grasp emerging trends and the data landscape in Scotland to better equip them in planning business growth and strategy. Hosted by the Institute of Directors, this breakfast seminar will arm Scottish Directors with the latest knowledge including what resources are available and how they can attract, develop and retain the digital talent needed for future business success.
Breakfast will be provided and networking will follow formal proceedings.
The risk of data loss and data breaches is regularly identified as being one of the top 3 key risks to business and organisations.
Is automated AI/ML good for society? Join us in our new Merkle Edinburgh office where we will be bringing together the CEO from Data Lab, two Senior Technical Evangelists from AWS and Tableau and a few senior data scientists from Microsoft, MBN and Merkle to debate one of the most pressing issues in data! This event will be an evening bringing together some most influential people in data and unpacking how AI/ML is affecting the direction of our future! We encourage anyone with an interest in the topic to come along.
The event will take place at InSpace . The target audience is everyone. Anyone interested in learning more about MyData, taking more control over their data and thinking about the data ecosystems their data is currently used in. The maximum size of the event would be 60 people.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a broad area: it covers reasoning, planning, knowledge representation, sensory perception, language understanding, machine learning, optimisation and other related areas, and has been approached in a variety of ways, ranging from biologically inspired ideas (including neural networks), to logic (of various sorts), to emulation of experts.
The aim of the workshop is to introduce some basic concepts of computer vision using OpenCV, Python and deep learning.
With LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® we build, we share, we learn. Building Ideas With Data will explore how we can think creatively with data to tell stories with it
An increasing volume of data is becoming available in biomedicine and healthcare, from genomic data, to electronic patient records and data collected by wearable devices. Recent advances in data science allow us to harness the power of such data, leading to precision medicine, AI diagnostics, data-driven drug discovery and disease understanding, among others.
Our ambition for Ayrshire is to enable its people, businesses and communities to have the skills to take advantage of the potential of digital technologies.
Ayrshire Bytes is a conference which uses collaboration between different industry sectors, data practitioners, students, public sector, and business specialists to explore data-driven innovation.
A greater need for data-science skills across many sectors is anticipated in coming decades. So how can we get young people excited and enthusiastic about careers in data science?
The event is an opportunity for designers, creatives and practitioners to get to know each other, explore how they might work together, and build a common language. We will be exploring the ins and outs of how data and design are being implemented, used, and scaled across organisations.
This workshop will explore your thoughts and opinions about unmet needs concerning digital literacy in healthcare and use specific examples to allow you to get a taste of what it means to actively collaborate in the co-design and co-development of educational resources for enhancing skills and understanding in digital healthcare
The construction world is awash with buzzwords where many are to do with ‘going digital’ and the use of data. It can seem overwhelming at times as we navigate through the noise to find out what is important and what is just a rebranding of last year’s ideas
Scotland’s New Industrial Centre for AI Research in Digital Diagnostics: Vision & Opportunities in Glasgow
The Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics, known as iCAIRD, brings together a pan-Scotland consortium of 13 partners from across academia, the NHS, and industry.
The aim of the competition is to provide an entry point for young people to become excited about analyzing, interrogating, and presenting data, meanwhile making them aware of how use data securely, ensuring its veracity and the potential careers this could lead to. Linking the project to people working in the sector will engage the industry and inspire those children and young people involved.