by Stefan Viorel Mihai, Research Assistant, LDTRC
Digital Twins embody the driving force behind the Fourth Industrial Revolution, that is the promise of bridging the physical world and its virtual counterpart in a way that enables full-duplex, real-time, reliable communication between the two entities. With the advent of Big Data, IIoT, Cyber Physical Factories, and Artificial Intelligence, this no longer looks like a far-fetched idea, becoming instead an increasingly relevant objective for researchers to achieve. However, building such a complex system requires a strong grasp of the technologies involved and good foresight into risks and issues that might pose a challenge along the way. In this context, this week’s meeting of the London Digital Twin Research Centre focused on discussing one of the most prominent challenges in Machine Learning: the Bias/Variance Trade-Off. Continue reading “Insight of the Week: Supervised Machine Learning and the Bias/Variance Trade-Off”
- Prof Balbir Barn gave his thoughts on the risks and opportunities for universities under the COVID-19 situation and how digital twin technology can have an impact
“This year signals UK higher education’s very own anthropocene – a sector-defining point at which universities pivoted en masse to deliver emergency online teaching and new modes of working.” read more
This month, the London Digital Twin Research Centre (LDTRC) was launched at MDX with a workshop featuring talks by international academic and industry specialists on the potential of digital twin technology and its benefits to businesses.
The launch event – Workshop on Digital Twins for Global Digital Transformation with a great line of speakers. Fantastic talks! With thanks to our project funders Newton Fund, UKIERI and British Council Continue reading “Official launch of the London Digital Twin Research Centre”
Mr. William Davis attends the International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management 2020 at University of Oxford, United Kingdom and received the best presentation award