Machine Learning for Dementia Datathon
Are you a data scientist interested in dementia? We’re looking for innovators with expertise in machine learning to take part in an exciting datathon on the 1st-3rd of May 2019 at the University of Exeter.
The event will bring together scientists to develop new ways of predicting and diagnosing dementia with real-world clinical data. This will be the inaugural meeting of the Deep Dementia Phenotyping (DEMON) Network which will enhance UK capacity for data science and AI applied to dementia.
Travel bursaries will be available to support early career researchers on a competitive basis. The datathon is supported by the Alan Turing Institute, Alzheimer’s Research UK, Dementias Platform UK, and the University of Exeter.
So – go on then – why will the @UniofExeter #DPUKdatathon be so exciting? @DrDJLlewellyn & @S_Bauermeister will be leading our first on 1-3 May. Sign ups this way👉 https://t.co/EzUO7aWrqN @ARUKscientist @turinginst #ARUKconf pic.twitter.com/rNsp6jlQqq
— Dementias PlatformUK (@DementiasUK) 19 March 2019