Dr Jaspal Kaur-Sadhu Singh discusses the rise of Artificial Intelligence and the importance of regulation and accountability of developers and deployers of AI tools.
Making a STEM difference
Dr Anne Nortcliffe explains why Kent and Medway have bucked a national trend and seen an increase in students choosing to study STEM A-levels.
Why CES 2022 is more than about colour changing cars and wi-fi charging remotes
Gareth Ward and Chris Pitt explain why the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022, the largest and most influential Tech event in the world, is more that just about the headline grabbing inventions.
Using digital technologies to provide a sense of ‘normality’
Gareth Ward looks at how universities and businesses have adapted to an online culture.
UK’s Covid-19 contact tracing app: What went wrong?
Dr Abhaya Induruwa looks at the problems of developing the NHS Covid-19 contact tracing app.
Computing the earth
On World Environment Day Dr Joseph Cook explores how researchers bridging environmental and computer science may emerge as the most effective agents in the fight against climate change.
Are you cyber secure during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Dr Abhaya Induruwa looks at the ways cyber criminals are exploiting the current pandemic.
Are we closer than ever to an artificial intelligence explosion?
Dr Ping Zheng discusses new machine technology developed by the Home Office and an artificial intelligence firm to fight ISIS propaganda online.
Why George Osborne’s announcement to double UK spending on cybersecurity is vital
Just a few days after the ISIS attacks in Paris, George Osborne announced that UK spending on cybersecurity would be doubled to £1.9 billion over five years.