Dr Marion Oswald, Principal Investigator and Director of OMDDAC, was invited to speak at the Institute of Medical Ethics Online Conference: 'Lessons from a Pandemic'. A recording of the online conference is available here.
Dr Matthew Higgs, Co-Investigator of OMDDAC, will be speaking at the Data Science North East March Meet-up event on 16th March 2021 at 6pm. This talk will reflect on OMDDAC's initial findings to answer the question: 'what can data scientists learn from data-driven responses to Covid-19?' Abstract: Data-driven responses to Covid-19 have been developed at
Observations and reflections from two AHRC-funded Observatories researching UK responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar is brought to you by two AHRC-funded ‘observatories’ of UK responses to the COVID-19 pandemic: The Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to COVID-19 (OMDDAC); andThe COVID-19 Review Observatory (CVRO) In this session, each Observatory will discuss their initial findings
In this session, Dr Matthew Higgs, Co-Investigator of OMDDAC (and one of the original founders of PyData Edinburgh) will reflect on the lessons that can be learned by data scientists from the data-driven responses to Covid-19. Abstract: Data-driven responses to Covid-19 have been developed at speed across the public sector, academia, and commercial sector -
On Tuesday 18 May OMDDAC will be launching snapshot reports into key data-driven responses to the Covid-19 pandemic On Tuesday 18 May 1400-1530 BST the Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to Covid-19 (OMDDAC) will launch three Snapshot Reports detailing the latest findings from its research into data-driven approaches to Covid-19 and the associated legal, ethical,
On 1st July 2021 OMDDAC PI, Dr Marion Oswald and OMDDAC researcher, Ardi Janjeva will be presenting at a major conference exploring trustworthy autonomous systems. The conference, running from 30th June-2nd July 2021 and organised by RUSI and the UKRI TAS (Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub), will focus on the theme ‘Trusting Machines? Cross-sector Lessons from
On 9th September 2021, Dr Guangquan Li will present findings from OMDDAC's Public Perceptions and Expectations Study at the Royal Statistical Society 2021 International Conference. Abstract: Data‐driven responses to the COVID‐19 pandemic are being developed at speed across the public sector, academia and the commercial sector. At OMDDAC (Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to Covid-19),
On Wednesday 13 October 1400-1600 BST the Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to Covid-19 (OMDDAC) is hosting a symposium on its research into data-driven approaches to the pandemic, featuring guest speakers and panel discussion on the legal, ethical, policy and operational challenges, as well as the impact of data-driven approaches on civil society, children and