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Seminar: Demystifying Artificial Intelligence for Everyone

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) take up a large part of today’s technology headlines – but is machine learning really all that AI is about?

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About the seminar

This 1 hour seminar will discuss what is and what is not AI.  The seminar will look at the latest achievements in AI and how they sit in the history of AI development and the long-term goals of the AI community.

This seminar is available at our London campus, online or at client's site.

 

State of the Art

A look at the latest achievements in AI and how they sit in the history of AI development and the long-term goals of the AI community.

 

How AI works

We will look under the covers to see, in layman's terms, how AI works.  AI is a big field so we will just touch lightly on one or two areas but the audience should get a feel for some general ways that AI 'does its thing'.

 

Limitations and Challenges for AI

Now with a high-level understanding of AI, we will look at some of the limitations of current AI and relate these to our understanding of the workings of AI.  Very briefly, we will think about how/when these limitations might be overcome and what the implications (e.g. legal and ethical) might be.

 

Meet the speaker

Llewelyn Fernandes is a Computer Scientist, educator, and consultant for UWS London.

Llewelyn’s interest in algorithms and machine learning resulted in a move to an R&D role, leading a team building text classification software using AI and machine learning techniques. The work resulted in several patented approaches and a transformation in the scale of the organisation’s operation.

His current focus is teaching some of the hot topics in computing from Robotics, Data Science, and Machine Learning to Artificial Intelligence. His approach is to use hands-on, creative workshops, which often break away from a pure computer-based operation to help reinforce the mental models required to grasp computer programming.

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