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Join us for breakfast to discover how The University of Edinburgh uses Alteryx to drastically reduce the number of hours spent cleansing, preparing and analysing student admissions data. Learn how processes that used to take days have been automated to run in seconds.
The Data Lab is delighted to announce our Machine Learning for SMEs workshop with Streamba Ltd, Birdi Ltd, Pulsion Technology Ltd, ThinkAnalytics Ltd and Aggreko plc hosted by The University of Strathclyde's Technology & Innovation Centre as part of the DataFest18 Fringe Event Programme.
Data can do all sorts of clever stuff. Everyone is talking about using data to make informed decisions, show insight and solve problems. Data is the new oil. The new Money. The future.
The current rollout of smart meters in Britain and elsewhere will bring about a digital energy market for the first time. This platform, and the energy data generated, will open up new opportunities for innovative products and services.
The Data Lab & Microsoft UK are delighted to invite you to our #WomenDataWarriors event in collaboration with Women in Data Science (www.widsconference.org).
From what we are doing to understand the needs of users’ of our data to how we measure the progress of government in Scotland, the range of the talk will be broad and thorough.
The Cancer Innovation Challenge brings Innovation Centres and various partner organisations together to encourage open innovation in data to improve cancer care and outcomes in Scotland.
With our growing ability to analyze huge amounts of data, we need to harness and accelerate the opportunities which this presents to improve services and care experience across health and social care.
As part of our regular series of networking events, the SIO will be hosting roundtable discussions with guest speakers from JP Morgan, Scottish Enterprise and more sharing the latest news and insight into the Financial Services of tomorrow.
The number of people renting homes in the private sector has doubled over the last ten years in Scotland. Whether it’s because of being priced out of buying or preferring the flexibility, the private rented sector is set to keep growing.With so many people becoming private tenants or landlords in the future, what can we create to make finding and maintaining a private let a good experience for everyone?
ODI Aberdeen is Scotland’s first node in a network spanning 20 countries overseen by the Open Data Institute. Through peer-learning and collaboration, the network highlights the case for open innovation, and brings people together around our collective vision: knowledge for everyone.