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Behind-the-scenes @ Alan Turing Institute - Lloyds Register Foundation

Wednesday 13th February 2019 @ 18:15


Professor Emma McCoy is stepping in for Professor Mark Girolami who is unable to join us.

Emma is Professor of Statistics and Strategic Leader for the 'Monitoring of complex systems' Grand Challenge of the Turing's programme in Data-centric Engineering.

Professor McCoy will be joined by Omar Matar Vice-Dean (Education), Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London and Strategic Leader for the Education theme of the Turing's programme in Data-centric Engineering. Omar is Professor of Fluid Dynamics in the Department of Chemical Engineering.
 
It is hoped that Emma and Omar will be joined by representatives of the research work being carried out by Julie McCann Professor of Computer Systems, Strategic Leader for the 'Resilient and robust infrastructure' Grand Challenge of the Turing's programme in Data-centric Engineering.
 
Dan Graham Professor of Statistical Modelling, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, working on traffic.

The last decade has seen a dramatic rise in computer power, an explosion in data and scientific break-through, as in deep learning and neural networks. Together, these advances have led to the emergence of data science and the resurgence of artificial intelligence as imagined in Alan Turing's landmark research paper published in 1950, Computing Machinery and Intelligence.

This event will be held at the Data Science Institute, Imperial College London.

 

 

Venue: Data Science Institute, Imperial College London

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