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Computer Science - Environment - 23.02.2024 - Today
Ambitious goals for Dawn - the UK’s fastest AI supercomputer
How the UK's fastest AI supercomputer is supporting goals in clean energy, personalised medicine and climate.

Innovation - Computer Science - 22.02.2024
UK's first master's degree in applying AI tools to engineering and design is open for applications
UK’s first master’s degree in applying AI tools to engineering and design is open for applications

Event - Computer Science - 19.02.2024
Romanes Lecture: ’Godfather of AI’ speaks about the risks of artificial intelligence

Innovation - Computer Science - 16.02.2024
University of Birmingham supports Government of Maharashtra in tackling priority areas using AI

Computer Science - Innovation - 16.02.2024
Cardiff University collaborates with Professor Brian Cox to educate school students on artificial intelligence
Cardiff University collaborates with Professor Brian Cox to educate school students on artificial intelligence

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.02.2024
UCL Computer Science researcher elected to US National Academy of Engineering
UCL Computer Science researcher elected to US National Academy of Engineering

Innovation - Computer Science - 07.02.2024
UCL hosts Shadow Science Minister to discuss the future of artificial intelligence
UCL hosts Shadow Science Minister to discuss the future of artificial intelligence

Innovation - Computer Science - 02.02.2024
Latest MIOIR Working Paper: Digital transformation in firms
Latest MIOIR Working Paper: Digital transformation in firms
Explore our latest working paper which aims to shed light on the determinants of digital transformation adoption, including underlying motivations, potential barriers, and skills deficits.

Environment - Computer Science - 02.02.2024
University of Glasgow and Leverhulme Trust unveil new ecological data science PhD scholarships

Event - Computer Science - 29.01.2024
Gene driver flies and quantum finance: News from Imperial
Gene driver flies and quantum finance: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From a new way to tackle agricultural pests, to a grant awarded to develop quantum machine learning techniques for finance, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial. Medfly modifications Researchers have created the first gene drive for the Mediterranean fruit fly (medfly), a global agricultural pest affecting food production.

Innovation - Computer Science - 22.01.2024
Designs for the future unveiled at Winchester School of Art
Designs for the future unveiled at Winchester School of Art

Innovation - Computer Science - 18.01.2024
University teams up with Ordnance Survey to accelerate geospatial innovation
University teams up with Ordnance Survey to accelerate geospatial innovation

Innovation - Computer Science - 17.01.2024
New Associate Director for The University of Manchester Library
New Associate Director for The University of Manchester Library

Computer Science - 17.01.2024
University of Glasgow plays key role in development of autonomous network standards
Researchers from the University of Glasgow have played a key role in the development of newly-agreed international standards for autonomous networks.

Health - Computer Science - 04.01.2024
New app aims to help liver disease patients abstain from alcohol
New app aims to help liver disease patients abstain from alcohol
A mobile phone app which helps patients with alcohol-related liver disease to stay sober could help save hundreds of lives every year, according to researchers from UCL and the Royal Free Hospital who developed the app.

Innovation - Computer Science - 13.12.2023
Google DeepMind co-founder discusses how AI can benefit humanity at UCL
Google DeepMind co-founder discusses how AI can benefit humanity at UCL

Innovation - Computer Science - 08.12.2023
Imperial joins international AI Alliance
Researchers and businesses join forces across the AI landscape to collaborate on making AI more trusted, responsible, transparent and auditable.

Computer Science - 28.11.2023
Changes to the personal data breach reporting process
Changes to the personal data breach reporting process

Research Management - Computer Science - 23.11.2023
New research aims to dissolve borders between virtual and real-world experiences

Environment - Computer Science - 22.11.2023
Sails and satellite navigation could cut shipping industry’s emissions by up to a third
Originally published on The Conversation James Mason, Visiting Academic in Decarbonisation; Alice Larkin, Professor of Climate Science and Energy Policy; and Simon Bullock, Research Associate, Shipping and Climate Change.

Agronomy / Food Science - Computer Science - 17.11.2023
AI-powered soil analysis software wins Imperial's undergraduate competition
AI-powered soil analysis software wins Imperial’s undergraduate competition

Agronomy / Food Science - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
AI-powered soil analysis software has won Imperial's undergraduate competition
AI-powered soil analysis software has won Imperial’s undergraduate competition

Innovation - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
Cambridge Dictionary names 'Hallucinate' Word of the Year 2023
Cambridge Dictionary names ’Hallucinate’ Word of the Year 2023

Innovation - Computer Science - 07.11.2023
University of Glasgow officially unveils 6G laboratory

Computer Science - Innovation - 02.11.2023
UK Minister for Scotland visits Centre for Data Science & AI
UK Government Minister for Scotland John Lamont visited the Mazumdar-Shaw Advanced Research Centre (ARC) to meet academics who are involved in the University's new Centre for Data Science and AI.

Computer Science - 02.11.2023
Cybersecurity Awareness Month in Review: Top Tips for Staying Safe Online
Cybersecurity Awareness Month in Review: Top Tips for Staying Safe Online

Computer Science - Economics - 31.10.2023
Research with AMD to optimise computer hardware for AI
Imperial is working with the semiconductor company AMD to optimise computer processors for machine learning.

Computer Science - 24.10.2023
’Offering people the freedom to choose how they travel’
An app which uses open-source data from the London Underground to determine if tube station lifts are operating is being developed by a Cardiff University graduate.

Computer Science - 17.10.2023
University of Glasgow team win $100,000 prize in Amazon Alexa TaskBot Challenge
Published: 17 October 2023 A team of students from the School of Computing Science have taken second place in the Alexa Prize TaskBot Challenge 2.

Computer Science - Innovation - 16.10.2023
UK needs AI legislation to create trust so companies can ’plug AI into British economy’ - report

Computer Science - 02.10.2023
University of Bath joins Turing University Network
University of Bath joins Turing University Network

Innovation - Computer Science - 21.09.2023
University of Glasgow lends support to new UK-government funded connectivity projects

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.09.2023
University of Glasgow joins new £12.3m edge AI network of excellence

Innovation - Computer Science - 11.09.2023
University of Glasgow launches new Centre for Data Science and AI

Computer Science - 06.09.2023
University of Glasgow team named as finalists in Amazon Alexa Prize TaskBot Challenge

Health - Computer Science - 25.08.2023
Researchers work on two major projects to improve health using AI
Researchers work on two major projects to improve health using AI

Innovation - Computer Science - 24.08.2023
Pioneering technology bridges blind transport divide

Chemistry - Computer Science - 22.08.2023
DigiFAB Hackathon tackles science challenges with large language models
DigiFAB Hackathon tackles science challenges with large language models
The Institute for Digital Molecular Design and Fabrication (DigiFAB) hosted a hackathon themed around large language models in science.

Computer Science - Innovation - 16.08.2023
UCL spinout developing quantum algorithms raises 13 million
UCL spinout developing quantum algorithms raises £13 million

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 09.08.2023
New project aims to improve children’s performance in STEM subjects
The Turner Kirk Trust is funding an innovative project at the University of Glasgow to make STEM fields more accessible to all.

Physics - Computer Science - 02.08.2023
Q&A: How will quantum science transform technology?
Q&A: How will quantum science transform technology?
By Sachin Sreejith , Hayley Dunning , Emily Head , Bry Ravate , Caroline Brogan , Ellie Cawthera Following a number of quantum breakthroughs at Imperial, we sit down with our top quantum experts to explore what quantum could mean for the future.

Health - Computer Science - 27.07.2023
Public participants help navigate AI and data science
Public participants help navigate AI and data science
Members of the public co-create educational guide demystifying the role of artificial intelligence and data science in healthcare. Data science and artificial intelligence (AI) are rapidly entering the world of healthcare, something many members of the public find daunting. Kelly Gleason ( CRUK Imperial Centre Lead Nurse in Surgery & Cancer) wanted to address this by working alongside the public to create an entry-level resource on the subjects.

Health - Computer Science - 21.07.2023
Seeing eye to eye: researchers train AI to copy gaze of clinical professionals
Seeing eye to eye: researchers train AI to copy gaze of clinical professionals
An artificial intelligence (AI) system, which mimics the gaze of radiologists reading medical images such as mammograms, has been developed by a team of scientists at Cardiff University.

Career - Computer Science - 18.07.2023
The University of Manchester extends partnership with coding bootcamp provider HyperionDev after successful initial collaboration

Computer Science - 13.07.2023
Security strike action next week: more information
Security strike action next week: more information

Computer Science - Physics - 05.07.2023
1.4m grant for AI to help achieve net zero in energy and transport

Computer Science - 04.07.2023
Online Safety Bill undermines privacy online, say UK's top cyber security experts
Online Safety Bill undermines privacy online, say UK’s top cyber security experts
UCL researchers among leading experts to sign open letter highlighting the "alarming misunderstandings and misconceptions" around the proposed Online Safety Bill. Scientists from the UK's National Research Centre on Privacy, Harm Reduction and Adversarial Influence Online (REPHRAIN) has called on Parliament to consider independent scientific evaluation before voting through the online safety bill, which could inadvertently enable surveillance technologies and erode online protection.

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 22.06.2023
Annual report showcases computing science education success

Social Sciences - Computer Science - 19.06.2023
’Big Buddy’ could help prevent virtual bullying
New forms of artificially-intelligent moderators which oversee 3D virtual spaces and intervene against bad behaviour could help protect children from online bullying and harassment, a new study suggests. Researchers from the University of Glasgow collaborated with parents and their children to gauge their reactions to 'Big Buddy', a prototype virtual moderator for online social spaces in virtual reality developed by the team.

Innovation - Computer Science - 14.06.2023
University of Glasgow lends support to £31m Responsible AI consortium
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