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Webinar - AI and Data Science for Food Safety

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'Applications of data science and AI for food safety, risk detection and mitigation'
Speaker: Professor Rob Procter, Department of Computer Science, Warwick University and Alan Turing Institute for Data Science and AI

Rob is a professor of social informatics. His research interests include applications of data science and AI in supply chain management. Together with Jim Smith, Martine Barons (Statistics), Shuaib Chowdhry (Computer Science) and Adam Edwards (Cardiff), he recently conducted a roadmapping exercise for the UK Food Standards Agency to help it understand what steps it should be taking to advance its capabilities.

Wednesday, 21st April - 16:30 - 17:30, MS Teams.

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