The IFK focuses on seven themes, each championed by a research group: Blockchain and the Cryptoverse (BC), Data Science across Disciplines (DSAD), Decentralised Artificial Intelligence and Control Systems (DAICS), the Future of Diplomacy (FoD), the Future of Health (FoH), Green Futures (GF) and Work of the Future (WoF).
The purpose of the research group, Data Science Across Disciplines, is to support the educational and intellectual growth of the field of Data Science in the region, and further afield. The Group takes an interdisciplinary approach to both the application of data science and the sense-making theoretical frameworks that shape its development. At the University of Johannesburg, the Group aims to develop much-needed specialist educational programmes at the postgraduate level, to support student skills development and the upskilling of current professionals in the field. Through cutting-edge research, product development, and close collaboration with industry partners and professionals, DSAD drives innovation in Data Science to support UJ as the driver of the 4IR.
Ethics and Explainability for Responsible Data Science (EE-RDS) (2022)
Data Science Across Disciplines Wednesday 2 November 2023 Register here Data Science Across Disciplines (DSAD), a research group within the University of Johannesburg’s Institute for
The Implications of AI Tools in Teaching and Learning: A Case of ChatGPT
Decentralised Artificial Intelligence and Control Systems 15h00 – 17h30 18 May 2023 Register here Share this post: Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on
PG Workshop: Remaking the World through Machine Learning (2022)
Data Science Across Disciplines 08:00 – 18:00 Monday – Friday 21 – 25 November 2022 Register here The PG Workshop: Remaking the World through Machine Learning
Some Existence and Uniqueness Results for a Class of Fractional Stochastic Differential Equations
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