Museums, Galleries, Collections I gave a short presentation to our local museums and galleries service. I had fun exploring how data science could transform their work. We spoke through a few ideas including training ML models to transcribe handwritten records
A look back at two weeks of Data Fest 19 Fringe events in Aberdeen, and how these fit with the Data Together theme. Plus an inevitable update on my reading (Orwell again).
With our final day upon us, and no tuition sessions to start the day, Friday began with an even greater urgency than previous days. The format was to be straightforward: a sprint of activity to lunchtime, setting up our allocated
Day dawned brightly again on day four of the innovation week. Grabbing a cup of tea and some breakfast, we settled down for the first talk of the day. This was from Neil McGuire, a Glasgow designer and lecturer of
Our third day at the Data Lab Innovation Week, kicked off with a very interesting talk on data ethics from Dr. Alastair Morrison from the University of Glasgow’s School of Computing. We were guided by Snook session leaders in the
The second day of innovation week started with two learning sessions. Anne and Keira from Snook shared some of their service design methodologies, such as solving problems that matter and using discovery and design research as part of the double
On a bright Monday morning, 116 MSc Data Science students from campuses all across Scotland assembled for a week of innovating with data. The location was The Whisky Bond, the ground floor of which had been given over to the
Introduction At the Code The City 13 – Alcohol Hack weekend, I worked as part of team #cantchadontchawontcha. You will find more information on this CTC page. The challenge we faced was that brewers of craft beers, in particular, in