This interactive workshop will take you through the phases of development of an electronic product from concept through to manufacture. Using the iconic Raspberry Pi’s development journey to provide a context Pete will discuss, the “what if” mindset, getting to your minimum viable product and the challenges for manufacture.
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By the end of this course you will be proficient in the use of advanced formulae and functions, you will have gained an understanding of Formula referencing and be able to create multi function calculations.
This session will explore how unconscious bias informs our decision making, how fear of saying the wrong thing leads to conflict and the link between wellbeing and equality.
Storm in a Teacup is an innovative event, organised by the Business Women's Sector, that brings people together to share ideas, experiences and feedback in a supportive and welcoming environment.
Regardless of whether a business is seeking to make it past the startup phase, satisfy a major increase in demand for its products and services, or strengthen its competitive position, growth is a vital step in the development of a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME).
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This course provides a complete training solution enabling you to understand your Liquid Chromatograph or LC-MS instrument, application method development, troubleshooting & maintenance.
The development of machine learning programming languages is critical to support the research and deployment of ML solutions as data-size and model-complexity grow. This workshop aims to bring together researchers from both academia and industry, to discuss recent advances and challenges in machine learning languages development and research.
Join HR network cakeandhr at their conference on 17th May 2019 exploring the future of the world of work. This event is supported by Cambridge Network and features local organisations.
Join Speechmatics for a 1 hour Lunch & Learn. In this talk we will focus on how machine learning algorithms are increasingly being used to manipulate us in very undesirable ways, both accidentally and deliberately.