Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not science fiction. It is around us now (e.g., for automatic plate number recognition, credit-card fraud detection), and it is here to remain. AI is also not just one technology, but a range of technologies inspired by everything from how the brain works to how ants find food. These allow computers to appear intelligent and apply more focused processing power than the human brain can produce, though usually only to narrowly defined tasks. This is why AI technology has become so important to the modern economy. AI is here and working now.
Angela Richmond-Fuller, Senior Lecturer in Computing in the School of Engineering Technology and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University, reflects on her career which has been inspired by women such […]
Mr Soumya Kanti Manna is a Canterbury Christ Church University exoskeleton expert and is running a CPD opportunity on 23rd October. Following the recent BBC article, “Paralysed man moves in […]
Rihana decided to apply to become Director of Engineering to make a difference in the careers of engineers and was attracted by the inclusion agenda that CCCU is actively supporting, […]
Canterbury Christ Church University are excited to welcome 52 students onto their new Engineering programmes for the 2019/20 academic year.