10/07/2019 : Workshop An Introduction Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence

Workshop: An Introduction to Machine Learning (Artificial Intelligence)

CityBristol
CountyBristol (GB017)
From10/07/2019
To11/07/2019
Hours10:00
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Bristol
Bristol (GB017)
Tel 2019-07-10
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Workshop An Introduction Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence

Workshop: An Introduction to Machine Learning (Artificial Intelligence) A two-day workshop for women exploring Machine Learning - an application of artificial intelligence (AI). Day 1: Practical AI: Machine Learning & Ethics Wednesday 10th July 10am - 3pm  Facilitated by Ben Byford - Podcaster of Machine Ethics and Ethical by Design Artificial Intelligence consultant. AI and machine learning might seem like scary and confusing terms – maybe producing images of conscious robots, killer spaceship AI’s, or humanity losing control. The reality is somewhat more mundane in comparison to these fantasy visions, but no less exciting. This workshop aims to educate participants of the reality of common Machine Learning techniques, get hands on with a little coding to explore practical data science implementation, demonstrate AI’s power, and consider the pitfalls and ethics associated with it’s use.  Day 2: Women Making AI Thursday 11th July 10am - 3pm Facilitated by artist-technologists Coral Manton & Birgitte Aga  This one day workshop invites you to co-create an AI assistant.

This will be functional assistant that can be used at Knowle West Media Centre and in your community. We aim to create an assistant that better reflects female identity than assistants like Alexa currently do. It will provide participants with basic skills to create an AI voice assistant in Dialogflow (a development platform for conversational systems) and a space to facilitate talking, sharing and listening. We aim to provide women with the skills to take part in AI, developing a more diverse community of makers.  *Coral Manton [https://coralmanton.com/] and B Aga [https://birgitteaga.com/] develop collaborative work which intends to unmask the complexity of emergent Ai technologies and challenge the bias, power, ethics and influence imbued within them.
Their most recent collaboration the Women Reclaiming Ai project is an expanding activist art-work, presented as a feminist AI voice assistant, programmed through participatory workshops by a growing community of self-identifying women. Through creating a platform for collective writing and editing the project co-creates an AI that challenges prescribed gender roles.https://womenreclaimingai.com/ Lunch will be provided free of charge on both days, and we highly encourage all participants to remain at The Factory over the lunchtime break to meet and connect with each other and develop discussions around the workshop content and themes. This workshop is free to attend as part of our 'Making It' training programme. You must be able to attend both workshop days.
You must be a self-identifying female to be eligible for this workshop. Making It is part of the Women into Digital Jobs, Education and Training (WIDJET) project. WIDJET is a West of England Combined Authority project, funded by the Government’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport. FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the workshops? There is a car park and bike shed at Filwood Green Business Park. By bus, you can catch the number 90, 50, 50A or M1 (all operated by First) from the centre of town, alight at Willinton Road and walk along Hengrove Way to the business park. Is lunch provided? Yes, this workshop will be fully catered with drinks, snacks and a buffet lunch. We will ensure that we cater for vegetarians and vegans, but please let us know of you have any specific dietary requirements.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Contact us at [email protected] or call 0117 403 2306 with any questions. Accessibility Filwood Green Business Park is fully accessible for wheelchair users and can cater for anyone with other specific access requirements.   Our staff are not BSL trained, however we can book an interpretor via Bristol City Council. When booking your place on the course, please let us know any requirements. We require a minimum of one week's notice to book an interpreter. We can provide worksheets in large print.  Personal assistants are welcome to attend the workshops with you, please let us know in advance. Please get in touch if you need any further information about specific access or need advice on planning your visit.

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