08/12/2021 – AI3SD Autumn Seminar IX: Large Spaces

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This seminar forms part of the AI3SD Online Seminar Series that will run across the autumn (from October 2021 to December 2021). This seminar will be run via zoom, when you register on Eventbrite you will receive a zoom registration email alongside your standard Eventbrite registration email. Where speakers have given permission to be recorded, their talks will be made available on our AI3SD YouTube Channel. The theme for this seminar is Large Spaces.

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27/10/2021 – AI3SD Autumn Seminar III: Data Science 4 Chemistry

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This seminar forms part of the AI3SD Online Seminar Series that will run across the autumn (from October 2021 to December 2021). This seminar will be run via zoom, when you register on Eventbrite you will receive a zoom registration email alongside your standard Eventbrite registration email. Where speakers have given permission to be recorded, their talks will be made available on our AI3SD YouTube Channel. The theme for this seminar is Data Science 4 Chemistry.

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20/10/2021 – AI3SD Autumn Seminar II: Explainable AI & ML

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This seminar forms part of the AI3SD Online Seminar Series that will run across the autumn (from October 2021 to December 2021). This seminar will be run via zoom, when you register on Eventbrite you will receive a zoom registration email alongside your standard Eventbrite registration email. Where speakers have given permission to be recorded, their talks will be made available on our AI3SD YouTube Channel. The theme for this seminar is Explainable AI & ML. 

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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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19/11/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Responsible Data Management: Legal & Ethical Aspects

This event was the third 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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19/11/2020 – Failed it to Nailed it! How to get data sharing right! – Responsible Data Management: Legal & Ethical Aspects

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This event is the third of four events in our '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 governance and legislation. The event includes talks on different aspects of this including the ethical dimensions of research data management and different types of legislation with respect to personal and non personal data. We will also be including an interactive breakout session using a set of Moral IT cards developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham: https://lachlansresearch.com/the-moral-it-legal-it-decks/

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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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