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AISB event Bulletin Item

FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 29 Sep 2011, London

UK KDD Symposium 2011 -Organised by BCS SGAI - the BCS Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence -BCS London Office, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA

Final Invitation to Register

UK KDD Symposium 2011

Organised by BCS SGAI - the BCS Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence 

Date: Thursday September 29th 2011

Location: BCS London Office, 5 Southampton Street, London, WC2E 7HA (near Covent Garden 
Underground station)


The sixth UK KDD symposium will take place in London on Thursday September 29th 2011. 

This is the latest in a series of highly successful symposia, which were previously held in 
Liverpool, Norwich, Canterbury, Bristol and Salford. UK KDD 2011 will bring together leading 
practitioners in a one day event. The format is similar to previous years with a strong programme
of invited speakers. The topics covered include 'Bioinformatics and Information Mining', 'Using 
Data Mining Techniques to Improve Efficiency in Police Intelligence' and 'Image Mining in The 
Medical Domain'.

Registration fees:
BCS Members, SGAI Members and Students: 90 plus VAT @20% Non Members: 100 plus VAT @20% 

Lunch and refreshments are included. 

Online registration is open from now until September 26th.