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The Alan Turing Institute

Training Opportunity: Public Engagement with Data Science and AI

Published: 4 March 2022
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The Alan Turing Institute is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the online training course, Public Engagement with Data Science and AI (25 - 29 April 2022). The course is organised and run by Dr Christopher Burr (Ethics Fellow, Public Policy Programme) as part of the Turing Commons series of online courses.

The course will take place across 5 days, and each day will comprise a series of lectures, hands-on sessions, and group discussions. A guest lecture will also take place on one of the days (TBC). All times are in GMT. 

The course will be delivered online using Zoom, and to ensure effective group discussion will be limited to 30 participants. Application is, therefore, required (see further details below).

Following the live workshops, recordings of the taught components will be made available to all (along with relevant materials) for asynchronous self-study.

Who should apply

Applications are open to graduate students and early career researchers across academia and the public sector who have an active research interest in public engagement of data science/AI.

There are no technical prerequisites for this course. However, the course will be taught in English and delivered during normal working hours in the UK.

Timeline

  • 28 February: Applications open
  • 4 April: Applications close
  • 6 April: Offers sent out
  • 25—29 April: Course takes place virtually

Find out more and apply

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