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Research 5:00 pm - 5:40 pm 14th June 2021
Timezone: BST (Europe/London)

To be like a bat

The University of Glasgow developed a remarkable machine-learning algorithm that can measure echoes and sounds to generate images, and then recreate the shape, size and layout of the immediate environment. This opens up intriguing new ways for sensing the world in countless fields — from spotting unwanted visitors to tracking the rise and fall of a patient’s chest to alert health staff to changes in breathing. Join this session to understand this mind-boggling tech and explore its implications over the next 10 years.

Daniele FaccioProfessor in quantum technologiesThe University Of GlasgowAlex TurpinLKAS Fellow in Data ScienceUniversity of Glasgow
Christine FosterCCOThe Alan Turing Institute
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