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What a year it has been, it been quiet on the blog front. Hopefully 2021
In London on the Wed, 18 September 2019? If so, come see me speak about identifying probable post-traumatic stress disorder using machine learning in a military cohort. You can book tickets here.
More information about the event below:
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based research methods could be highly beneficial to research at the IoPPN, and many researchers have expressed great interest to grow their expertise and exposure to implement an AI-based project within their research portfolio/team.
This conference will bring together experts to facilitate cross-disciplinary communication, via panel discussions, case presentations and Q&A's, with the ultimate aim to initiate collaborative partnership between AI experts.
This event is co -sponsored by the The Research and Innovation Committee (RIC) and the Ageing Research at King’s (ARK) and will include a welcome reception, keynote speakers, case studies and networking opportunities as well as a panel discussion.