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AISB event Bulletin Item

SGAI launches 'Real AI Day' 2010

SGAI announces 'Real AI Day' 2010:

A special one-day event showcasing Practical Applications of Artificial
Intelligence: December 16th 2010, Peterhouse College, Cambridge.

The British Computer Society Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence
(SGAI) has announced the second in a new series of one-day 'SGAI Real
Artificial Intelligence days', with a strong practical focus aimed at
business and industry. This follows the very successful first 'Real AI' day
in December of last year.

The event will feature talks from leading exponents and case studies
outlining practical applications of AI from a wide range of application
domains. Topics are wide ranging and include the use of AI in guided
missiles and urban traffic applications, the application of AI to Optimising
BT's Field Engineering Teams and the vision of the UK Technology Strategy
Board (TSB) for the deployment of Real AI for economic growth and societal

The second 'Real AI Day' will take place on Thursday 16th December 2010, at
Peterhouse College, Cambridge. Plenty of time has been
allowed in the programme for discussion and networking with AI practitioners
from business, industry and academia.

Full details can be found at The event
will be held in conjunction with BCS SGAI's annual conference,AI2010.

Miltos Petridis
Chair, Real AI 2010