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Thu 16 Feb, '23 - Fri 17 Feb, '23
9am - 5pm
National Data Science and AI Innovation Bootcamp 2023
Warwick University

Runs from Thursday, February 16 to Friday, February 17.

The Alan Turing Institute and the University of Warwick have collaborated to create a National Data Science and AI Innovation Bootcamp (NIB).

The focus of The NIB is to create commercial awareness and transferrable business skills and help you understand the commercial potential of your research area. The environment will be fully supported with access to expert mentors.

This residential course, hosted at Warwick Conferences, will deliver a bootcamp of research translation skills to the National Data Science and Artificial Intelligence research community.

Mon 13 Mar, '23
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A Celebration of Ada Lovelace
Somerset House, London
Tue 14 Mar, '23
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Future of Work 2023 Conference - Chatham House
Chatham House

Future of Work 2023 Conference

How do we tackle talent shortages and design inclusive labour markets to deliver productivity gains?

When: 14 March 2023 — 9:30AM - 5:00PM

Where: Chatham House & Online

 

Stimulating investment in skills and human capital

Economies are at a pivotal point for the future of work and labour markets. Workforce and workplace expectations are changing and developed economies are tackling major skills and employment challenges in the context of a cost-of-living crisis, rising inflation and labour shortages.

This evolving landscape presents an opportunity for organizations and governments alike to build a thriving world of work that puts people at its core. By creating more inclusive labour markets, investing in skills and innovation and pioneering new employment models, productivity and career longevity can be improved regardless of labour force status, occupation or location.

Against this backdrop, the conference convenes business leaders, policymakers, representatives from multilateral institutions and labour market experts for high-level discussions and under the Chatham House Rule sessions to explore the key trends impacting the changing world of work.

Thu 13 Apr, '23 - Fri 14 Apr, '23
1:30pm - 3:15pm
Women and Mental Illness in Post-War Britain
Warwick University

Runs from Thursday, April 13 to Friday, April 14.

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