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Murder of Jo Cox used by “digital prophets” to widen divides before EU vote, research finds

17 June 2019

Predictions about the future implications of the murder on social media, were a key moment in polarising the Brexit campaign

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Scale of Russian interference in European democracy revealed

7 May 2019

New analysis of social media activities should serve as a warning ahead of the European Parliamentary elections, academics say

Multiple research papers from DAIS group presented at SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing event in Baltimore

23 April 2019

Members of DAIS present at session on artificial intelligence and machine learning

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Serious violence figures for 2018

12 April 2019

Despite recent spate of knife crime, UK sees decline in serious violence

A Longitudinal Study of European Students' Alcohol Use and Related Behaviors as They Travel Abroad to Study

6 March 2019

Studying abroad exposes European students to alcohol-related health risks.

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Research sparks calls for tougher enforcement on social media companies

5 March 2019

Evidence from academic report contributes to findings of inquiry

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Cardiff joins AI Doctoral Training Centre

21 February 2019

University partners Swansea

Wasted: The impact of Alcohol & Violence on the NHS

Wasted: The impact of Alcohol & Violence on the NHS

11 February 2019

New research has found that consuming any more than just one unit a day may have adverse cognitive effects for some.

Crime & Security Research News

11 February 2019

Our latest newsletter including an interview with Bellingcat, a study into AI robots developing prejudice and the Cardiff Model being adopted in the US to tackle the opioid Crisis

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New CSRI Video Featuring Neil Basu, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner

5 February 2019

New video from the CSRI featuring Neil Basu, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner