Katie Jones discusses a new AI technology that could be used to help depression and the current waiting list crisis for mental health support
Gwellian Page-Gibby discusses recent news from the University of Exeter who have been developing Artificial Intelligence able to predict which patients will develop dementia within 2 years.
M. Shelton discusses what algal blooms are, how they can affect a variety of different systems, how Artificial Intelligence could be used to predict where they will be and to prevent them in the future.
Erica Mannis explains how artificial intelligence has been programmed to accurately detect COVID positive patients
Elinor Jones discusses the use of AI in the search for new antibiotics.
Online Screen editor Jim Norman discusses some of his favourite cinematic robots.
Katie Fox looks at the rise and impact of the image-based machine learning software, and evaluates the ethics behind it.
Whether it’s adverts for the Amazon Alexa, Sophia the robot tweeting or ‘Black Mirror’ throwing its viewers into a hellscape where personal security robots routinely hunt and kill humans, our society has Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the brain. With its applications seemingly endless, an AI takeover does seem inevitable. However, it has some drawbacks that […]
In recent totally terrifying and not-Black-Mirror-related news, it has been found that artificial neurons, or in much more cooler terminology “superconducting computing chips” modelled after neurons have been found to be able to process information much faster and more efficiently than the human brain. So what does this mean for us and the software that […]
H uge catastrophes have occurred throughout history, some caused by the human race and others by the unforgiving hand of Mother Nature. But what could possibly wipe out the whole human race? And what is the chance of it happening over the next century? Unsurprisingly, the chance of humanity being wiped out by 2100 is very […]