The University of Birmingham Business Club will
host a Breakfast Briefing on 19 September 2019 at Birmingham Research Park focussing
on the role of AI in Industry, applications of AI in industrial contexts and
the support offered to businesses looking to integrate AI into their processes.
Join us over complimentary breakfast for this free event where delegates will
have the opportunity to hear from a range of speakers from both academic and
Sridharan from the School of Computer
Science at the University of Birmingham, whose research interests include machine
learning, computer vision and cognitive systems as applied to autonomous robots,
will explore potential applications of these technologies in an industrial
context. In addition, Simeon Clow from the Hartree Centre, part
of the Science and Technologies Facilities
Council, will discuss the centre’s mission to transform UK competitiveness
by accelerating the adoption of High Performance Computing (Modelling and Simulation),
Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning & Deep Learning).
Cornick from the University of Birmingham will highlight the support
offered to businesses interested in potential applications of AI through the Science
2 Industry programme. The programme, hosted by the University of
Birmingham, offers a unique pathway for businesses to access science and technology
facilities available from both the Science and Technologies Facilities Council
and Manufacturing Technology Centre. The programme aims to work with SMEs
across all sectors to understand their technical and R&D-based challenges
and connect them with appropriate facilities to achieve desired outcomes. In
addition to AI, the programme can also support businesses interested in
accessing facilities related to, among others: advanced imaging, material
characterisation, digital manufacturing and computational chemistry.
To sign up for this Breakfast Briefing, please
The University of Birmingham Business Club is a network that
gives businesses and academics the opportunity to meet and develop mutually
beneficial collaborations. The Club's Breakfast Briefings are themed around
business-relevant presentations and networking time. The event is free of
charge with refreshments provided and the University's Business Engagement team
on hand to answer any questions.