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IADS Artificial Intelligence for Humanities and Social Sciences Sandpit Event

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Date: 11 March 2021   Time: 09:30 - 11:00    Add this event to your calendar 

Queen Mary's Institute of Applied Data Science is organising a sandpit event this term for academics and researchers to discuss new ideas for cross-disciplinary research within the areas of artificial intelligence / data science / humanities and social sciences.

The IADS AI for Humanities and Social Sciences sandpit event is scheduled for Thursday, 11 March, 9.30-11.00AM.

This sandpit event will focus on discussing challenges in the artificial intelligence and data science assisted humanities and social sciences research. Academics from across Queen Mary will have an opportunity to propose, pitch and discuss new ideas for cross-disciplinary research projects. A number of presentations on theme relevant funding opportunities from external guests (research council representatives) will be delivered.

A final agenda and more information about the event will be provided nearer the time of the event.

Research colleagues from across Queen Mary are now invited and welcome to submit proposals for ideas for new AI / data science assisted humanities and social sciences research projects they would like to pitch and discuss at the sandpit event to m.filus@qmul.ac.uk. Each proposal should provide: a name and surname of a project idea lead, job position, Faculty/School affiliation, project title, short project description, current/future funding opportunities of interest. Please submit your proposals by 1 March 2021.

Expressions of interest in attending this event should also be sent to m.filus@qmul.ac.uk.

This event is part of IADS sandpit event series. More information about our last sandpit event: AI for Materials Discovery can be found here.

Location:  Online
Contact:  Dr Michal Filus
Email:  m.filus@qmul.ac.uk

Updated by: Michal Filus