Bayes Centre

Experiments Using Data & AI for Tourism and Festivals

This will be hosted by Travel Massive chapter leaders Lesley Judge and Susan Russell, and facilitated by Joshua Ryan-Saha, Data Driven Innovation Lead for Tourism & Festivals, University of Edinburgh. Meet the team behind the new Massive Open Online Course from Edinburgh Napier University and find out how to use this free and flexible resource.

Guests will:

Enjoy relaxed industry networking over snacks and drinks Help design and start tourism data projects in a fun and engaging way Hear from a guest cultural data scientist Find out about a new, innovative online course from Edinburgh Napier University which will help you get started with data.

This second event is a follow-up to our successful first session in January 2019 where attendees helped shape the priorities for the City Region Deal, Data-Driven innovation plan for tourism and festivals.

We are keen for this event to be a catalyst for innovative new data projects for the tourism sector, so please join us on the 31st, share the event with colleagues, and be prepared to get started with data!

Who should attend? Those working in tours, visitor attractions, festivals and events, hotels and accommodation, food and drink, mobile and travel tech, those with an interest in data for tourism and/or those already using/managing data for tourism. No tech or data expertise required - all welcome.

*Sign-ups limited to a maximum of 2 attendees from each organisation.


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Oct 31 2019 -

Experiments Using Data & AI for Tourism and Festivals

Join Travel Massive Edinburgh on Thursday 31 October from 6-9pm at the Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh, for their second data driven tourism event focusing on the use of data and AI for tourism and festivals!

The Bayes Centre