Artificial Intelligence in Business, Professional and Financial Services

Location
Council House
Category
Lectures Talks and Workshops
Dates
Wednesday 19th February 2020 (08:00-09:30)
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The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), funder of the Science 2 Industry (S2I) Regional Centre, invite you to attend a breakfast event discussing all things Artificial Intelligence and Big Data and how it can be applied in your business area.

This event will focus on how Artificial Intelligence and Big Data can enhance the Professional Services sector, where our specialists will walk you through some of our established tools and techniques across a number of key tasks. These include; building systems that learn to extract information from documents, automated redaction of specific elements of text, modelling regulations and directives for compliance and other complex tasks, and automated decision-making systems that model the judgements of domain experts.

As experts in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence technologies, STFC's Hartree Centre scientists, are experienced in combining techniques such as machine learning, natural language processing and knowledge engineering technologies to draw insights from all forms of structured and unstructured data sets of all sizes. This could be images, documents, databases, social media feeds, websites and more.

Join us for to learn more about how advanced technologies can impact your area of expertise.

Who should attend?

This event would be of interest to professionals working within: Banking, Legal, Accountancy & Finance, Surveying, Consultancy and Estates

What could this workshop lead to?

  • Opportunities to partner with STFC and/or the University of Birmingham to potentially boost R&D, productivity and growth.
  • Potential ideas and solutions to the identified business challenges
  • Future technical business problem solving
  • Potential funding

What is the eligibility Criteria? To be eligible for funding you must:

  • Be a UK based business of any size registered at Companies House
  • Intend to exploit the results in the UK