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EPSRC grant to support Covid19 modelling

Dr Kai Xu is a co-investigator on the EPSRC grant RAMP VIS that aims to support epidemiologists in the fight against Covid19. It started as a volunteer effort, led by Prof. Min Chen from Oxford University. A team of 20 visualisation researchers from over 10 different universities worked closely with epidemiologists who are modelling various aspects of […]

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Prof Juan Augusto is now a member of the BCS-SGAI Steering Committee

Prof Juan Augusto has been appointed (from December 2020 onwards) as a member of the BCS-SGAI Steering Committee. BCS SGAI is the Specialist Group on Artificial Intelligence from the British Computer Society. The full list of committee members can be seen here

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EPSRC SPRITE+ grant on AI and human dignity

Dr Kai Xu is a co-investigator on the ‘God, the Oracle, and the Nightclub Bouncer: Can human dignity be modelled in an AI-based decision support system for post-Covid health certification’ that is supported by the EPSRC SPRITE+ network plus for a total amount of  £50,000 that runs from Nov 2020 to Mar 2021. This project […]

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Departmental Team wins BCS Machine Intelligence Competition

The Research Group on Development of Intelligent Environments, headed by Prof Juan Carlos Augusto from the department of Computer Science, won the first prize in this year British Computer Society (BCS) Machine Intelligence Competition which took place at BCS Headquarters in London during the 4th of October. The Middlesex University team won by a big […]

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Studentships offered as part of the Gamification to Increase Physical Activity project

The Research Group on Development of Intelligent Environments is developing Gamification solutions supported by GLL and as part of that are offering three studentships suitable for UK/EU students. These grants are for :  Master by Research (one year, full time) on a Gamification app for people with Special Needs  PhD (three years, full time) on […]

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Women students attend BCS Lovelace Colloquium and win prize!

The Women in Computing group at Middlesex was founded in 2014. The purpose of this group is to bring together Middlesex-affiliated women who are studying or interested in Computing and to share common interests, concerns and ambitions. We have 58 members. We post events or interest and communicate via the following facebook group (closed group). […]

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FroCoS and TABLEAUX coming to Middlesex in September

  This year’s edition of two long-standing international conferences, FroCoS 2019 and TABLEAUX 2019, will take place at Middlesex University on September 2–6. They cover a broad range of theoretical and practical aspects pertaining to formal logic, proof systems, automated deduction and formal verification. Among others, they welcome contributions involving AI, machine learning and fuzzy logic. More information is […]

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10th anniversary for the Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments

A journal created and edited by one of our academic staff, Professor Juan Carlos Augusto, recently completed its 10th year of publication. The Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments was one of the first journals in the area and continues to exist as one of the four major publications in its area of specialisation. The […]

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Prof. Chris Huyck on “AI: The Rise of the Machines”

Prof. Chris Huyck will be a panelist for the debate on the rise of Artificial Intelligence and the impact robots and automation will have on have on jobs, society and the UK economy. This event is organised by Parliament Street think tank. You can find more information at this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/artificial-intelligence-the-rise-of-the-machines-tickets-51710245737

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Middlesex University has partnered with CipherTrace to help train digital forensic investigators

We are pleased to announce that Middlesex University now has partnered with CipherTrace to help train digital forensic investigators of the future in cryptocurrency intelligence techniques. The partnership will provide students, and CPD learners access to cutting-edge commercial blockchain forensic software as part of Middlesex Universities Undergraduate and Postgraduate Digital Forensic programmes. This is the […]