On Monday 28th October we hold our Annual General Meeting for BCS Mid-Wales branch. This is followed by a series of short talks on the theme of Artificial Intelligence. Our speakers are lecturers and students in the Computer Science Department at Aberystwyth University. 


  • Approximately Right is better than Precisely Wrong - why "new" AI isn’t working - Neil MacParthalain
  • Adapting to evolving environments - Tom Fearn
  • AI: Bias or Broken? - Key Paul-Fitton
  • AI Ethics: do they matter? - Roger Boyle


There are refreshments in foyer of the Physical Sciences building from 5:45pm. The AGM starts at 6:15pm and is followed immediately by our speakers. 

The event is free and open to everyone. 


The agenda for the AGM is available at https://midwales.bcs.org.   


Location and Accessibility

The meeting will take place in the Physical Sciences building – access to the room from the foyer is via accessible lifts in the building.

Please see the Mid-Wales Website for more details and the list of talk titles, at: http://midwales.bcs.org/

For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

Artificial Intelligence - Mid Wales Branch
Date and time
Monday 28 October, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Aberystwyth University
MP-0.15 (Physics Main) Physical Sciences Building)
SY23 3BZ
This event is sold out