Events Diary - February 2020
Find out the latest events we are attending and hosting this quarter.
Consortium Management Group
Our next meeting takes place on 11th February. Notes will be circulated in the coming weeks.
To keep informed of latest developments, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethics in AI - 10 February
The next seminar in the Ethics in AI series will take place at 4pm on Monday of week 4 (10 February) in the Weston Library Lecture Theatre. The seminar will finish at around 5:45 pm, and will be followed by a drinks reception in Blackwell Hall, giving an opportunity for further discussion with the speakers.
This seminar will consist of the following three sessions:
1. AI in Healthcare (Mike Parker, Wellcome Centre; Claire Bloomfield, National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging; Angeliki Kerasidou, Ethox Centre)
2. AI in Business and Finance (Nir Vulkan and Alan Morrison, Saïd Business School)
3. Values and AI: Views from Public Policy (Jo Wolff and Vafa Ghazavi, Blavatnik School of Government)
All staff and students are welcome, whatever their field. The event is free but please book via the following Eventbrite link to secure a place.
The third seminar of term will take place at 4pm on Monday of week 8 (9 March) in the Martin School. If you would like to be added to the seminar mailing list, please contact Jo at email@example.com.
OxFest - 15 February 2020
NCIMI's CEO Claire Bloomfield will be joining a panel to discuss: Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the 9th Annual OxFEST conference.
OxFEST (Oxford Females in Engineering, Science, and Technology) is one of the largest student-led societies at the University of Oxford. It promotes gender equality in STEM subjects by supporting women studying or working in these fields, spreading awareness of diversity issues in STEM, and encouraging community members to become advocates.
A handful of tickets are still available at: https://oxfest.splashthat.com
Debating Data - 15 February 2020
Would you like to contribute to a fun and interesting one day event on 15th February 2020, debating how medical data is used in healthcare and research?
We will be working with our Oxford University colleagues to present cases for and against the use of healthcare data to a public audience inside the Oxford Town Hall Council Chamber. If this sounds of interest, please click here for further information and to sign up.
ECR Vienna - 11 - 15 March
The NCIMI team are getting ready to attend the European Society of Radiology conference in Vienna next month. We'd love to hear from our partners who may be attending.
Email us to let us know what you will be attending, or which stand you'll be at.