AIMday is a unique opportunity for academic scientists and organisations to make contacts and exchange knowledge.

The event which is organised by Queens University Belfast on the 19th October is now open for registrations.

By matching organisations’ need for new knowledge with academic expertise, AIMday brings understanding and new perspectives to actual problems in organisations.

Queen’s University Belfast has world class expertise in AI, bioinformatics, cybersecurity, data analytics, machine learning, precision medicine and public health.

Datasets in health and biomedical research come from lots of different sources including biological, clinical, economic, environmental, epidemiological, genomic and social data. The application of approaches from big data, machine learning, and AI, to process, analyse and utilise this data has the potential to transform healthcare, addressing major global challenges in the prevention, detection and diagnosis of disease.

This event offers an opportunity for external organisations and researchers from Queen’s University Belfast to come together and discuss current and future challenges in the field.

Read more about the AIMday concept here.

Registration for companies is now open here and will close on Friday 10th August 2018 at 12 midnight.

Registration for academic scientists will open Friday 17th August 2018 12 noon and closes Friday 21st September 2018 at 12 midnight.

Registration for all participants is free of charge.

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