Places have become free on a unique one-day workshop in London to discuss AI and the data economy for batteries.

The event is organised by UKRI,  Innovate UK and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) in collaboration with the Faraday Battery Challenge team.

At the event on 30 July delegates will have the opportunity to discuss AI, big data, data management and machine learning for batteries.  Half of the day will focus on an “Internet of Materials” platform for battery materials and the other half for digital tools for battery development.

The workshop is a platform that will enable the AI, machine learning and data management sector to come together with battery developers and manufacturers to:

  • learn about activity¬†in the AI and data economy that could help accelerate battery development;
  • identify¬†the digital tools requirements¬†of the batteries sector;
  • better understand¬†the¬†current set of digital tools used by battery developers; and
  • develop new relationships¬†between the data economy and battery sectors.

If you’re involved with developing batteries, battery materials and battery/energy storage systems, work in AI, machine learning or big data or are interested in using AI, machine learning, big data and data management tools to help speed up innovation in batteries and battery materials, this event is ideal for you.

To book your free place, visit our webpage here.

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