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Royal Party opens Bush House

Royal Party opens Bush House

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Her Majesty The Queen, accompanied by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, met robotics researchers from the Department of Informatics as they opened Bush House on Tuesday 19 March.
Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence announced

Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence announced

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The Department of Informatics will lead a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) on Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence (STAI) as part of a UK-wide £100 million investment in artificial intelligence by UKRI.
Interdisciplinary King's team win Best Demo for CONSULT healthcare project

Interdisciplinary King's team win Best Demo for CONSULT healthcare project

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An interdisciplinary team from King's, led by academic staff from the Department of Informatics, has won Best Demo at the 6th International Conference on Human Agent Interaction for the CONSULT (Collaborative mObile decisioN Support for managing mULtiple morbidiTies) project.
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SPARE PARTS Hand-Sewn Electrode Hack

Date
23 Mar 2019
Location
Description
In this workshop and research project at Science Gallery London, participants are shown how to use…
 

Workshop on Humanitarian Demining

Date
08 Apr 2019
Location
K2.31 (Nash Lecture Theatre)
Description
A one-day event to promote transdisciplinary interactions between communities working to clear the…
 

Workshop on Stroke Detection Using Microwave Technology

Date
11 Apr 2019
Location
Lecture Theatre 1
Description
One-day event is to disseminate research findings from the DeMoStroke project.
 
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