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Data & AI 4 Climate Lab Policy & Speed Storming Session, in partnership with the Imperial Policy Forum

Join us on 25 April for our second event as part of the new Data & AI 4 Climate Lab –  a new interdisciplinary group that brings together data, AI and climate experts from around Imperial, hosted by the Data Science Institute and the Grantham Institutes.

The Policy & Speed Storming session will be a 3 hour lunchtime workshop, in collaboration with the Imperial Policy Fellowship programme. During this meeting, the 2024 Policy Fellowship cohort will discuss their projects, followed by a ‘Speed Storming’ session, where participants can engage in rapid networking and idea generation conversations with each other.

The aim of the session is to inspire and facilitate discussions between data, AI and climate experts across Imperial, with the idea to form collaborative projects to be proposed in a competition for joint funding.

About the Data Science Institute

The Data Science Institute (DSI) is dedicated to advancing research and building community in the exciting interdisciplinary field of data science – a discipline empowering AI which can be applied to address basic and practical problems in the sciences (natural, life, and social), engineering, and society writ broadly.

About the Grantham Institute

The Grantham Institute is Imperial College London’s hub for climate change and the environment, established to promote inter-disciplinary working and to meet some of the greatest challenges faced by society. We drive forward discovery, convert innovations into applications, train future leaders and communicate academic knowledge to businesses, industry and policymakers to help shape their decisions.

About the Policy Fellowships

The Imperial Policy Fellowship is a unique development opportunity for senior policy professionals to get new perspectives and insights on complex public policy challenges and to build networks in a world-leading university. The 2024 cohort will focus on Artificial Intelligence, aimed at government officials working on the design and/or delivery of public policy impacted by AI. For more information, please contact

Agenda Outline:

12:00 -13:00 – Short talks from AI Policy Fellows

13:00 -13:15 – Break (lunch will be provided to consume throughout the session)

13:15 – 15:00 – ‘Speed storming’ session with round tables

More information coming soon…

Event details

Event date:
April 25, 2024