“There’s no hint of consciousness in any of the AI mechanisms currently out there”, says Professor Anna Korhonen.
Genomics – the study of every living thing’s genetic material, and how that information is applied – has the potential to find treatments for incurable diseases. So why is the public so suspicious?
Super Jelly, a life-changing app for children with type 1 diabetes and £2 billion raised.
The Vice-Chancellor’s annual address, expansion of Stormzy Scholarships and using AI to detect dementia before symptoms appear.
What does it really mean for computers to be smarter than humans? We explore the singularity.
Why do students want to decolonise their curricula, and what does it have to do with the rest of us?
Artificial intelligence. Deep learning. Neural networks. Think you can ignore this stuff? Think again. Because machine learning is far too important to be left to the ComScis.
When all seems new. we need more history, says Professor David Runciman, Head of the Department of Politics and International Studies and a Fellow of Trinity Hall.