Subject Matters: Artificial Intelligence and criminal identity resolution

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Experience a taste of undergraduate and postgraduate study with our Subject Matters lecture series. During these sessions you’ll take part in a taster lecture delivered by one of our current students on a topic related to their degree. After the lecture there’ll also be time for a lively discussion and debate with fellow students.
Thu 4 March 2021 - 17:15 to 18:15

Join Subeksha, current PhD in Computing student, in this student-led lecture on improving identity resolution and resolving it through the development of artificial intelligence machine based learning. She’ll also explore practical and effective techniques relevant to a variety of contexts in today’s world.

This event will be of interest to prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students who are considering studying, or have a passion for, computing and identity resolution.

During this lecture we’ll:
- Discover the need for applying machine learning techniques to identity resolution
- Explore neural network techniques
- Delve into deep learning frameworks such as TensorFlow and PyTorch

Subeksha will also discuss her undergraduate and postgraduate journey with London Met, going into detail about our experienced lecturers, guest lectures, and a work placement opportunity with the EU SPIRIT project.


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