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St Hugh’s Oxford Business Breakfast Series: Andrew Trask

Date: 30 November 2018 08:30 - 30 November 2018 10:30

Join us for a business breakfast on the theme of artificial intelligence, to be led by St Hugh’s DPhil student Andrew Trask (Computer Science, 2016) at Digital Catapult. At the event, you will find out about the most important new techniques in secure, privacy-preserving and multi-owner-governed AI and network with St Hugh’s alumni and current students.

St Hugh’s College, Oxford Uni, has recently started organising a programme of London events to cultivate its London-based alumni. The St Hugh’s College is launching a series of “Business Breakfasts” on topics relevant to the City today, with a focus on key issues that will impact on business in the future.

Past events include a roundtable Q&A on gender and women with Addy Loudiadis (ex-Goldmans banker, one of most successful women in the city) and a discussion on Brexit with Owen Tudor, Deputy Dir of the TUC.

Who should attend?

This event is designed for St Hugh’s academics as well as St Hugh’s alumni.

Why attend?

For this event, one of St Hugh’s academics, PhD student Andrew Trask who also works for Google’s Deepmind, has agreed to give the next talk on the subject of AI. The “Business Breakfast” is the opportunity to meet with professionals who are meeting the same issue as anyone in their business and to look at how they solved the problems. There will also be the opportunity to network and hears talks focusing on artificial intelligence in businesses.

A little more info:

For more information about the event, please contact the Development Office on [email protected] or +44 (0)1865 613839. Priority will be given to St Hugh’s alumni and students.