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AISB event Bulletin Item

SGAI launches low-cost 'Real AI Day'

www.bcs-sgai.org/realai2009

SGAI launches Real AI Day: December 17th 2009

The British Computer Society Specialist Group on Artificial
Intelligence (SGAI)   has announced the first in a new series of
one-day SGAI Real Artificial   Intelligence days, with a strong
practical focus aimed at business and industry.

This is a low-cost event: the standard delegate rate is 75 (+VAT),
with a  special student rate of 50 (+VAT). A discounted group rate of
50 (+VAT) per  delegate is also available for groups of three or more
delegates.

The event will feature talks from leading exponents and case studies
outlining  practical applications of AI from a wide range of
application domains. There  will be speakers from manufacturing,
semantic search, medical imaging,  autonomous vehicles, policing,
games and simulation.

The first Real AI Day will take place on Thursday 17th December
2009, at  Peterhouse College, Cambridge. Plenty of time has been
allowed in the  programme for discussion and the event will close with
a networking drinks  reception.

This is an opportunity for those in business and industry to find out
what is  happening in AI and for academics and students working in AI
to find out what  is happening in the real world of AI applications.


Full details can be found at www.bcs-sgai.org/realai2009. The event
will be held  in conjunction with BCS SGAI's annual conference,
AI-2009.