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Educating Engineers for Safe AI
The University of Edinburgh, supported by The Alan Turing Institute, is organising a workshop at the Bayes Centre to discuss Educating Engineers for Safe AI. This is part of a series with other regional workshops taking place in Cambridge and Newcastle.
Member News: EDF joins forces with Snugg to streamline home energy efficiency upgrades and reduce carbon emissions
Bayes Centre Member Snugg , the innovative online service dedicated to making energy-efficient homes accessible to everyone, has teamed up with EDF, the UK's largest generator of zero-carbon electricity. The collaboration aims to help homeowners across England and Wales reduce their carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency in their homes by connecting them with EDF's network of approved installers.
Partner News - Showcasing Digital Frontiers
Over 200 academics and industry partners came together at the National Museum of Scotland yesterday for Edinburgh Innovations’ annual showcase and dinner, this year on the theme of Digital Frontiers: data and digital technologies.
Partner News: Smart Data Foundry launch new partnership with Ozone API and Tools
Bayes Centre Partner Smart Data Foundry has announced a new partnership with Ozone API and the launch of two open banking-focused tools: the Standards Library and the Innovation Atlas, designed to support and accelerate financial innovation in Open Banking.
Member News: Snugg secures UK Government (DESNZ) funding to help create a greener future for homeowners
Bayes Centre Member Snugg , the innovative online service dedicated to making energy-efficient homes accessible to everyone, has announced that it has received a significant grant from the Green Home Finance Accelerator (GHFA), a UK Government initiative funded through the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP), designed to promote the development of green finance products.
The Bayes Centre welcomes a new Member: ZZCOMM
The Bayes Centre is delighted to welcome ZZCOMM to its roster of Members.
Bayes Centre Community Profile: Research Data Scotland
Bayes Centre community member Research Data Scotland (RDS), a not-for-profit charitable organisation that brings together expertise, resources and capabilities from a range of existing data-led programmes across the Scottish public sector.
Partner News: Rovco responds to market growth with launch of site characterisation business line
Bayes Centre Partner Rovco, a global provider of technology-enabled project solutions to the offshore renewable energy sector, has launched a new, dedicated marine site characterisation business line, to help address a crucial industry shortfall of companies with the all-round skills and expertise to carry out site consenting surveys prior to the construction of new offshore installations.
Partner News: Making Systems Answer Project - Call for participants from the government, health and finance sectors
As part of the Trustworthy Autonomous Systems: Making Systems Answer project, Nayha Sethi, Chancellor's Fellow University of Edinburgh and Dr Louise Hatherall, Postdoctoral Research Fellow are trying to identify focus group participants. Bayes Centre Director, Prof. Michael Rovatsos, is one of the co-investigators on the project.
Partner News: Making Systems Answer Project - Call for General Public Participants
Autonomous systems involve software applications, machines, and people that are able to take actions with little or no human supervision.
Partner News: Rovco appoints Fraser Moonie as new COO as they target global expansion
Fraser Moonie, a well-known name across the international subsea sector, has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer of Rovco.
The University of Edinburgh Joins the Turing University Network to Advance AI and Data Science Research
The University of Edinburgh has recently joined the Turing University Network, demonstrating its continued commitment to advancing knowledge and education in data science and AI.
Bayes Centre News: Bayes Centre welcomes new Partner: The Data Shed
The Bayes Centre is delighted to welcome its latest Partner The Data Shed, an award-winning data consultancy specialising in data transformation projects, single customer views, managed support services, and more.
Bayes Centre News: Watch the AI Accelerator Showcase Event
In case you were not able to attend the event, or if there are some pitches or talks that you would like to watch again you can do so here.
Bayes Centre News: AI Accelerator showcase profiles data-driven scaleups
The University of Edinburgh AI Accelerator programme delivered its Showcase Event, highlighting some of the most exciting young companies in AI.
Discover the University of Edinburgh's Success in Data Science: Ranked Second in the UK by QS World University Subject Rankings
The University of Edinburgh's recent achievements in data science have placed it among the top 15 universities globally and second in the UK, according to the QS World University Subject Rankings.
Bayes Centre News: Bayes Centre Seed Funding Applications are Open
The Bayes Centre is delighted to be able to allocate up to £80,000 for a number of small grant awards to enable University staff to work on commercially relevant activities in the field of data science and AI.
Partner News: Rovco makes two new key appointments as it diversifies and grows
Marc Coull and Craig Davis to lead specialised business units
Bayes Centre News: International Women's Day 2023: An interview with three leading women in our Executive Group
International Women’s Day takes place every year on 8th of March. International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political accomplishments of women worldwide. To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, we spoke to three leading women in our Executive Group about their roles at the Bayes Centre and about what this year’s theme #EmbraceEquity means to them.
Bayes Centre News: Venture Builder Incubator Showcase a Great Success
An afternoon of innovative data-driven solutions, engaging pitches, cash prizes and networking.
Bayes Centre News: The Bayes Centre is launching a call for the first Bayes Innovation Fellows cohort
The Bayes Centre is recruiting a select group of early-career academics, chosen for their potential to benefit from individual coaching and funding, in pursuit of research commercialisation. This programme is ideally suited to colleagues who demonstrate clearly articulated translational potential but as of yet have had limited real-world opportunities.
Bayes Centre News: University-supported innovators invited to pitch companies at showcase events
Founders of University of Edinburgh-supported start-ups, including many that are seeking growth investment, will be given the opportunity to showcase their companies to an audience of investors, business support groups, and fellow entrepreneurs at two key events taking place next month.
Partner News: Rovco strengthens team with strategic appointment: Graham Bell joins as Head of Geoscience
Rovco, global provider of subsea robotics and integrated survey solutions to the offshore wind and oil field decommissioning sectors, has strengthened its team with the appointment of Graham Bell as Head of Geoscience.
Member News: Scotland’s fintech cluster fuelled by record number of SME firms and a 200% jump in investment funding
Bayes Centre Member FinTech Scotland announces, on its fifth birthday, a further increase in the number of entrepreneurial fintech SME firms as well as a record-breaking new investment funding for the year.
Partner News: RDS announces £40,000 public engagement fund
The pilot fund will support projects that improve public understanding of the use of data in research.
Member News: Edinburgh homeowners could add £17,000 value to their home
Bayes Centre member Snugg has revealed that nearly half (45%) of Edinburgh’s homeowners could make ‘dramatic’ energy efficiency improvements in a comprehensive new study.