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Turing Fellowships 2021-2022 announcement  September 30, 2021 - The University of Bristol is proud to announce that 39 researchers have been awarded Alan Turing Institute Fellowships starting on 1 October 2021 for one year.   A collage of the Bristol Turing Fellows 2021 Turing Fellows are scholars with proven research excellence in data science, artificial intelligence (AI) or a related field whose research will be significantly enhanced through active involvement with ...
Convolutional neural networks for environmental monitoring September 20, 2021 - JGI Seed Corn Funded Project Blog Background Environmental monitoring is critical for the protection of human health and the environment. As the world’s population continues to increase, industrial development and agricultural practices continue to expand, as does their associated pollution. The requirement for environmental monitoring is thus greater than ever, particularly for freshwater resources utilised ...
What intensities of physical activity during adolescence contribute most to health in adulthood? – A study on the full intensity spectrum (Part-1) September 20, 2021 - JGI Seed Corn Funded Project Blog Physical activity (PA) is among the most important human behaviours to improve and maintain health. The level of PA performed by an individual is often measured by accelerometers (the sensors used in fitness trackers or smartphones), but the obtained data is rich and evokes statistical challenges. Hence, novel statistical ...
Bristol Science Film Festival 2021 Data Science and AI winners September 17, 2021 - We are pleased to announce the winners of the Bristol Science Film Festival Jean Golding Institute Data Science and AI film prize 2021. The JGI co-hosted a screening with BSSF of the winning films in Data Week Online 2021.  Bristol Science Film Festival runs an annual science film competition to support film-makers trying to tell the most interesting facts (or science fictions), no matter their resources.   Winner — The Artificial Revolution  ...