“Data is the New Oil” is a phrase that is now becoming commonplace in our current environment. Everyday we are seeing more proof of the impact Big Data is having across multiple industries such as finance, transport, marketing and engineering.
The challenge is however, how to mine this vast quantity of data in order to extract meaningful intelligence. We are delighted to host a Digi Drop-in with The Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) in which will explore how innovations in Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Case-Based Reasoning can be applied to Big Data.
The Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) at the University of Brighton has over 25 years of continuous innovative research and enterprise activity into real industrial applications in this space and is currently engaged in a number of collaborative projects with SMEs and larger companies locally and Nationally.
Big data is the analysis of use of large data sets to reveal patterns, trends, and associations. However, Big Data is not a consideration for just big Business. Every organisation can stand to benefit from greater knowledge about their customers, process and operating environment.
By coming along to our Open Studio event you will:
- Discover the latest opportunities for innovation around Big Data.
- Hear news and opportunities from the Digital Catapult Centre Brighton
- Network with other like-minded start up and digital enthusiasts
More about the Knowledge Engineering Group, University of Brighton
The Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG) traces over 25 years of continuous innovative research and enterprise activity into real industrial applications of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Software Engineering. This was done through its predecessor Centre of Computer and Computational Science at the University of Greenwich and now as KEG at the University of Brighton.
Over the years, the research and enterprise activities have concentrated on real applications of Artificial Intelligence and intelligent systems, mainly in various engineering areas. This was done through a number of externally funded collaborative projects. Over recent years, the group has widened its scope increasingly moving into more complex problems and processes across many application areas in engineering and business including transport. The focus of the research is on AI, Machine Learning and Case-Based Reasoning methods applied to “Big Data”.
More about the event
The Digital Catapult Centre Brighton's monthly Breakfast Drop-Ins are open to all but are especially curated for start-ups and small and medium enterprises. Join us for a coffee in The FuseBox to find out more about the work the Digital Catapult Centre Brighton supports involving various themes around digital innovation.
This event is free to attend but please sign up in advance to let us know that you're coming so that we can make sure we've got enough pastries, fruit and coffee!
More about Digital Catapult Centre Brighton
The Digital Catapult Centre Brighton focuses specifically on projects that encourage innovation and value from real-time and location-based data – known as the Internet of Place. Led by Coast to Capital LEP in collaboration with the core delivery partners – the University of Brighton and Wired Sussex, the centre will be tasked with delivering on a range of innovative projects, designed to be accessible to start-ups and SMEs to use and learn from. The Centre will work across the whole Coast to Capital region which includes West Sussex, Lewes and Brighton & Hove.