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A Challenge Owner’s perspective of the inaugural Turing Network Data Study Group – Part 2 January 17, 2020 - Understanding and improving the reliability of disease monitoring in GP surgeries is the extensive, yet critical task taken on by the team of researchers at Royal Society of General Practitioners (RCGP) and the University of Surrey headed by Professor Simon de Lusignan and Dr Mark Joy. With this goal in mind, the team challenged participants ...
JGI Seed corn funding call winners 2020 announced! January 13, 2020 - The Jean Golding Institute are delighted to announce the winners of the Seed corn funding call 2020. This funding call has been successfully running for last three years and aims to support activities to foster interdisciplinary research in data science (including AI) and data-intensive research. The Jean Golding Institute has funded a total of 32 ...
A Challenge Owner’s perspective of the inaugural Turing Network Data Study Group January 9, 2020 - Using AI and machine learning to increase understanding of cardiac muscle proteins - the molecular basis of heart disease – is a potentially daunting challenge. But it was one that Turing Fellow Danielle Paul, from the School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience at the University of Bristol, was keen to explore. Danielle took part in the ...
A brief introduction to colliders October 28, 2019 - Blog written by Sean Roberts, Research Associate, Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Bristol Causal graphs Causal graphs are great ways of expressing your idea about how the world works. They can also help you design your analyses, including choosing what you need to control for in order to exclude alternative explanations for the patterns you ...