Machine Learning: a new era of disruption

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From artificial intelligence (AI) in robotics to cyber security and big data, the University is showcasing the latest developments in machine learning at a free event on Thursday 20 June.

Machine Learning, a branch of AI, is changing how we work — from intelligent supply chains and product-as-a-service offerings to factories of the future — and providing the catalyst for new business models.

The event, at the Canterbury campus, will feature experts from the University’s School of Engineering and Digital Arts, the School of Computing and its School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science.

The event will share insights into the analysis and interpretation of complex data for a variety of applications and reflect on how Machine Learning can be applied to the business sector, as well as offering an opportunity to network with others who have an interest in this area.

It takes place on from 13.30 to 17.00 in Lecture Theatre 1 in the Sibson building and will include a networking break with refreshments. To view the full programme and register visit the Eventbrite page