SCL Irish Group event: “Exploring Bias in AI” (Breakfast meeting) - Thursday 28 November 2019, Dublin

When: 28/11/2019
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A meeting of the SCL Irish Group - free to attend and open to all

Date: Thursday 28th November 2019
Time: Breakfast meeting - 8:30 am - 9:30 am (Registration from 8:00 am)
Venue: The Fumbally Stables, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8 Map

Speaker:
Dr Suzanne Little, Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer, DCU School of Computing and SFI Principal Investigator, Insight Centre for Data Analytics

Chair:
Kate McKenna, Senior IT/IP Counsel, The Stars Group

This event will be highly interactive. Dr Suzanne Little will give a short talk followed by group break-out sessions to discuss the topic in more depth.

About the speaker:
Dr Suzanne Little is Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer at the School of Computing, Dublin City University and SFI Principal Investigator, Insight Centre for Data Analytics. Before moving to the School of Computing at DCU in 2015, Suzanne was previously a Senior Research Fellow at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics at DCU. Suzanne originally joined the CLARITY research centre at Dublin City University in February 2012 and was principally responsible for the SAVASA project (Standards based Approach to Video Archive Search and Analysis). In 2013, CLARITY evolved to become Insight where Suzanne worked on and managed a number of projects in video analytics, motion analysis and data collection. Prior to moving to Ireland in 2012, Suzanne worked in the UK, Germany, Italy and Australia. Suzanne completed her PhD at the University of Queensland, Australia.

Suzanne's research interests include multimedia analytics, semantic search and data integration. She has worked in a variety of applications domains including security, technology enhanced learning, biomedical, multimedia archives (news), autonomous vehicles, internet of things and smart communities.

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