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AISB event Bulletin Item

INVITATION TO REGISTER: BCS SGAI: Eighth UK Symposium on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 16 June 2014, London, UK

BCS SGAI: Eighth UK Symposium on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

Monday June 16th 2014. 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.


UK KDD Symposium 2014

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

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


The eighth UK KDD symposium will take place in London on Monday June
16th 2014. 

This is the latest in a series of highly successful symposia, which
have previously been held in Liverpool, Norwich, Canterbury, Bristol,
Salford and London. UK KDD 2014 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

 - Robust adaptive predictive modeling and data deluge

 - Radius of centrality in dynamic networks (On social butterflies,
match-makers and why grumpy people shouldnt get an ice-cream)

 - Using Entity Resolution to Enhance Criminal Network Disruption by
Targeting Appropriate Offenders

 - The Practical Application of Knowledge Discovery to Image Data: A
Practitioners View in The Context of Medical Image Mining

 - How a telecom company uses big data to understand customer 
experience and manage future investments

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 now open at