Seminar by Mr Manuel Martinez-Salvador: "Artificial Intelligence for Automating Data Analysis"

PG22, Talbot Campus, BU, 27/11/2013 14:00

Our speaker is Mr Manuel Martinez-Salvador, advanced PhD student in Bournemouth University.

Abstract: The requirements for analysing big volumes of data have increased over the last few decades. The process of selecting, cleaning, modelling and interpreting data is called the Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD) process. The decision of how to approach each step in this process has often been made manually by experts. However, experts cannot be aware of all methods, nor is it feasible to try all of them. Researchers have proposed different approaches for automating, or at least advising, the different stages of the KDD process. This talk will outline the different types of Intelligent Discovery Assistants and point out some future directions.