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Social data science
Women in data science and AI
Using research to inform concrete policy measures aimed at increasing the number of women in data science and AI
Isolating the effect of cycling on local business environments in London
We investigate whether increasing cycling activity affects the emergence of new local businesses. Historical...
Klemmer, K., Brandt, T. and Jarvis, S., 2018. Isolating the effect of cycling on local business environments in London. PLOS ONE, 13(12), p.e0209090.
Language models for quantitative science studies
Developing models to represent the use of language in research and improve performance of specific tasks, including the retrieval and summarisation of literature
Turing Lecture: Data science or data humanities?
Tuesday 05 Mar 2019
Time: 14:00 - 16:00
Spatial inequality and the smart city
Identifying and improving observed inequalities in cities, through the investigation of smart city technologies and evolving spatial demographics
Turing Lecture: Information manipulation
Wednesday 16 Jan 2019
Time: 18:00 - 20:30
Understanding the changing world of work
Understanding how firm specialisation has changed the employment opportunities of different kinds of workers
Learning tools for analysing land use
Developing the ability to quantitatively understand the complex interplay between the scientific, economic, demographic and other factors that determine land use in the UK
Developing data science and AI focused on the process, structure, interactions and evolution of agents, technology and infrastructure within and between cities.
Data science for science
Ensuring that research across science and the humanities can make effective use of state of the art methods in artificial intelligence and data science.
The future of work will soon be the present
Why we need research to shape it
Tuesday 30 Oct 2018
The Turing publishes new landscaping report on data science, AI and futures of work
Today the Turing publishes a landscaping report: ‘ Data science, artificial intelligence and the...
Tuesday 30 Oct 2018
Data science, artificial intelligence and the futures of work
In this document, we offer a review of recent literature on the future of...
Ojanperä, Sanna, O'Clery, Neave, & Graham, Mark. (2018, October 24). Data science, artificial intelligence and the futures of work. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1475162