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Doctoral College

Interdisciplinary workshop on Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence workshop

Interdisciplinary workshop on AI funded by the Festival of Doctoral Research

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The workshop

Machine learning has taken on increasing prevalence in the world of quantitative science over recent years. At the University of Southampton we have several groups working on the cutting edge of the machine learning revolution.

In this event, we want to bring together researchers from a wide range of academic disciplines with our machine learners to build interdisciplinary understanding and collaborations.

The first session, an interactive lab, will aim to build skills in Python through a series of case studies, ranging from traditional machine learning with scikit-learn to deep learning with Keras and TensorFlow.

The second session will be a tutorial with machine learning doctoral researchers on hand to discuss problems you have and potential methods and techniques to solve them. We are interested in any doctoral researcher from any department who thinks that machine learning skills may be useful to their research.

When:  Monday 20 May, 12:00-17:00 - Highfield Campus

Led by: Ethan Harris

Who: Open to all doctoral researchers

Event Programme

12:00 Arrivals and lunch - Building 53, Level 3 Coffee Room

13:00 Interactive iPython notebook session - Interdisciplinary Machine Learning with Python - Zepler Level 2 Labs

16:00 Tutorial session and refreshments - Discuss your problems with our PhD students - Building 53, Level 3 Coffee Room

NB: Although full participation is intended, you can attend either the 1st or 2nd part of the event.

How to book

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