03/12/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Data Citations & Publishing

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This event is the last of our four online events in our current 'Failed it to Nailed it - Getting Data Sharing Right' series. In this event we aim to provide information and advice on different areas of data publishing and data citations. There will be talks on data publishing, data citations and supporting information for publications. We will also be running an interactive panel session with all of the speakers for discussion around the different issues in these areas.

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05/11/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Data Standards and Guidelines

This event was the second of the `Failed it to Nailed it' online data seminar series. The event was hosted online through a zoom conference. The event ran for approximately…

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05/11/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Data Standards and Guidelines

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This event is the second of four events in our 'Failed it to Nailed it - Getting Data Sharing Right' series. This event aims to provide best practice advice on different types of data standards, including metadata, open data and linked data. There will be three talks by experts in these areas, followed by a discussion panel on data standards.

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22/10/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Dealing with Data: Tips & Tricks

This event was the first of the `Failed it to Nailed it' online data seminar series. The event was hosted online through a zoom conference. The event ran for approximately…

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22/10/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Dealing with Data: Tips & Tricks

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This event is the first of four events in our 'Failed it to Nailed it - Getting Data Sharing Right' series. This event aims to provide general advice on a range of aspects of research data management including handling and sharing data. We have two talks by experts in research data management and data wrangling. The event will also feature a panel comprised of Early Career Researchers who will each provide their top tips for handling data, and reflect on the lessons they have learned about data throughout their career so far.

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07/07/2020 – AI4Good @ WebSci20

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This year the AI3SD Network+ (Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Intelligence for Automated Investigations for Scientific Discovery) will be running a workshop at the WebSci20 Conference in Southampton, UK. Artificial and Augmented Intelligence systems have the potential to make a real difference in the scientific discovery domain however this brings a new wealth of ethical and societal implications to consider with regards to this research (e.g. human enhancement, algorithmic biases, risk of detriment). This workshop looks to explore the ethical and societal issues centered around using intelligent technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Intelligence, Machine Learning, and in general Semantic Web Knowledge Technologies) to further scientific discovery, with a strong consideration of data ethics and algorithmic accountability. Advances in technology and software are rarely inherently bad in themselves, however that unfortunately does not preclude them from being subverted to ill intent by others; furthermore, as demonstrated by the examples above, even an unintentional lack of care towards ethical codes and algorithmic accountability can lead to societal and ethical implications of scientific discovery. It is our responsibility as researchers to consider these issues in our research; are we conducting studies ethically? What ethical codes can we put in place for scientific discovery research to mitigate against ethical and societal issues. These are really important issues, and they require an interdisciplinary focus between scientists, social scientists and technical experts in order to be comprehensively addressed.

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17/10/2019 – AI3SD & IoFT: AI for Allergen Detection and Smart Cleaning within Food Production

On the 17th October 2019 AI3SD, IoFT (The Internet of Food Things Network+) and members of the Food Water and Waste Research Group at the University of Nottingham teamed up to host…

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17/10/2019 – AI3SD & IoFT AI Technologies for Allergen Detection and Smart Cleaning within Food Production – SCI, London

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This event is brought to you by the AI3SD (Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Intelligence for Automated Investigations for Scientific Discovery) and the IoFT (Internet of Food things) Networks. As food allergies and intolerances are on the rise, allergen detection and awareness is becoming more critical than ever at all stages of the food production pipeline; from cleaning the factories and kitchens the food is produced in, to detecting allergens in food, right through to creating allergen free food in the future. Unsurprisingly research has turned to technological solutions to combat this issue. This workshop is centered around the usage of Artificial Intelligence in Allergen Detection and Smart Cleaning within Food Production; research areas that co-align between both AI3SD & IoFT. The workshop will begin with some thought provoking talks to report on the current state of affairs, and consider where we need to be going in the future. There are five main working group topics identified for this workshop, and talks will be given on the different aspects that need to be considered with respect to allergen detection and smart cleaning before we break into the working groups for more formal discussions. There are multiple sessions for the working group discussions, and so there will be opportunities to take part in as many group discussions as you wish. The workshop will be formally recorded and the suggestions for going forward will be captured in a position paper. Lunch will be provided and the workshop will end with networking drinks.

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12-13/09/2019 – AI3SD Machine Learning for Chemistry Training Workshop & Hackathon – Wide Lane Southampton

On the 12th and 13th September 2019 AI3SD hosted a training workshop and hackathon, intended to help upskill scientists in Data Science, AI and Machine Learning techniques for Chemistry and…

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