Rethinking Science and Innovation in the Era of Datification

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Description

Data science is transforming the way in which we view and practise science and innovation in various fields. Big data research, such as next-generation sequencing of genomes, has led to advances in genetic research. Big data from electronic patients’ records can be used to build predictive models that support clinical decision making and early interventions on patients at risk of developing a condition. Data science has also made breakthroughs in the arts and humanities, as shown by recent developments in computational archaeology and digital humanities. Data sharing platforms and online communities are collaborative spaces for user-led knowledge creation and innovation.

Event topics (not exclusive)

Advanced data science methods for scientific and social inquiry
Data-driven product design and service innovation
New modes of knowledge production and consumption through data analytics and social media
Open innovation and citizen science
The philosophy of science of big data research
The ethics of data science in scientific inquiry and innovation
Law and regulation of data science for research and innovation.


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When

23 May 2019, 10:00 - 16:00

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Who Should Attend

We are inviting participants from academia, not-for-profit and public sector organisations, industry, and entrepreneurs across disciplines and sectors

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Benefits of Attendance

The interdisciplinary focus of the workshop will offer you the opportunity to learn about latest developments in data science for research and innovation, including its challenges and benefits, in a series of thought provoking and inspirational talks by researchers and practitioners

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Location

Room 1.20, 35 Berkeley Square, University of Bristol, BS8 1JA

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Paper Submission Details

Please email Roberta Bernardi (roberta.bernardi@bristol.ac.uk) if you would like to present at the workshop by 22 March 2019

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Provider Information

Jean Golding Institute, University of Bristol

The event is part of the Data Week run by the Jean Golding Institute of the University of Bristol

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Contact

Roberta Bernardi - roberta.bernardi@bristol.ac.uk

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Event Price

Free


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Book Now

The booking deadline for this event is 10 May 2019

To book your place, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rethinking-science-and-innovation-in-the-era-of-datification-tickets-57399718102?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete

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23rd May 2019   to   4:00 PM
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