Research Centre for Machine Learning represented at dinner in the Houses of Parliament
Artur Garcez and Tillman Weyde were invited to represent City University in the Knowledge Quarter private dinner held this month in the Houses of Parliament.
The dinner will bring together a small group of twenty senior representatives from academia, Government, Parliament and variety of different sectors to learn about and discuss the growing industry of machine learning.
There will be short introductory remarks from Professor Patrick Wolfe, Deputy Director of the Alan Turing Institute, Professor Jackie Hunter, Chief Executive of the artificial intelligence and drug discovery firm, Stratified Medical and Verity Harding, Head of Policy of Google Deep Mind.
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