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As befits a city driven by oil, the car has shaped Aberdeen’s urban landscape in significant ways over the past few decades. One of the most visible signs of its impact has been the construction of car parks across the city centre. Often overlooked, or actively avoided, Aberdeen’s car parks nevertheless offer some of the most interesting and unexpected vantage points over the city
Online information influences every aspect of our lives: work, leisure and learning. As information systems become more embedded in our day-to-day experiences, it becomes increasingly important to understand how people interact with information and the consequences of those interactions.
SOCIB focuses on scientific excellence with relevance and impact on society, leading a new era of ocean observation; science with and for society. In line with this mission, SOCIB has released recently its new API, a tool that aims to strengthen the dissemination of its data toward third parties with common ocean data interests.
As part of Stanford University's Women In Data Science initiative, The Data Lab, Turing's Testers and Headline Sponsor, Mudano, have teamed up to create an event that celebrates women, tech, innovation and codebreaking!
With the support of partners from industry, academia and the public-sector there will be a week-long series of events to showcase the opportunities of data science and artificial intelligence. Events will be informative and provide a platform for networking and inspiration to embrace opportunity.
The Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics, known as iCAIRD, brings together a pan-Scotland collaboration of 15 partners from across academia, the NHS, and industry.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) intends to bring together practicing and potential domain experts, data engineers and data science practitioners from industry, academia and potentiallyd other industries to work together for a 1-2 day Data Driven Oil and Gas event.
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?
The In Situ TAC is the on-site data provider within the Copernicus Marine Service (CMEMS, marine.copernicus.eu) for validation & assimilation by CMEMS Modelling and Forecasting Centres (MFCS).
Continuing CSIC’s series of BIM in Practice implementation seminars, this session will focus on what architects, engineers and other consultants/ designers need to know if they are working towards implementing BIM in their practice or for a project. Topics will include standard file naming and asset classifications conventions, working to a BIM Execution Plan, working in a Common Data Environment and other key areas particular to a designer's role. Case study examples will also be covered to demonstrate how it has worked in practice.
The Evolution of Data Lending and Smart Collaborations in Fintech Three twenty-minute presentations and a panel session to explore the rise of ‘data lending’ in Fintech ventures and how smart collaborations can facilitate the development of deeper more meaningful perspectives on the risks and commercial value of the end customer.
The Data Jamboree “Bringing Data to Life” builds on the projects Life in Data: literacy, openness, education policy and creative data innovation in Scotland (funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh) and Life in Data – East Asia Development (funded by the Development Assistance Committee)
The University of Edinburgh Q-Step Centre is pleased to invite school pupils who are in S5/S6 and who are studying Higher or Advanced Higher in Maths, Geography, Modern Studies or related social subject to a social statistics data analysis masterclass focusing on inequality in Scotland and beyond. Teachers are also welcome!
All modern marketing is powered by data. This event will explore one common method to improve the use of data, segmenting your audience into smaller homogenous groups and then personalising the communications strategy to each segment.
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.
We are looking to build on the success of our inaugural Ayrshire Bytes digital conference in 2017, to provide another, more interactive, event that equips businesses and our Computing students and staff with knowledge on emerging technologies that are impacting the wider economy. We want to show how we can work together to best take advantage of this knowledge.
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 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
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
Data for Directors will inform leaders of SMEs about the challenges and opportunities in leveraging data for business benefit. The event will also consider how new collar skills can be developed with existing and new employees. Networking over breakfast will follow formal proceedings.
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.