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).
Weeknotes Week 10. More rail problems, preparing for DataFest19, fixing #AirQuality with @AirAberdeen, reading Orwell, walking and photography.
Data Fest 19 Plans for the Data Fest 19’s eight free fringe events in Aberdeen are coming along really well. Tickets are going quickly, and some events are already sold out. I am particularly looking forward to the Wikidata /
Laucnhing an air quality sensor, creating slack groups, reviewing open data and reading a crime novel.
This has been another busy week: three days with The Data Lab at the ‘day job’ and a mix of stuff over the other four. The Data Lab’s Data Fest 2019 programme, including the Fringe events in Aberdeen are all
Having finished Revolt of the Public and the Crisis of Authority in the New Millennium by Martin Gurri at the end of last week, I started reading Life 3.0 Being Human in the age of AI by Max Tegmark. Both
I had only one day working at the “day job” this week, instead of three, so there should have been loads of time to catch up on side projects, watch some tutorial videos, experiment, play with data. I’m really not
Falling behind already. I changed my normal work days (Mon – Weds) to Mon, Tues, Friday which shook things up a little. I had a few conversations with people about potential new events for Data Fest Fringe in Aberdeen. It
I’m conscious that I shy away from writing about the day job which occupies me three days per week at the moment. I need to reconcile myself to that or speak to head office to see what level of blogging