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Cardiff joins AI Doctoral Training Centre

21 February 2019

University partners Swansea

Ciaran Martin visit

Cardiff leading the way in UK cyber security research

14 February 2019

First visit to Academic Centre of Excellence

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Could AI improve patient care in the NHS?

29 January 2019

Research reveals that machine learning could provide an equally accurate and reliable prognosis for patients with cardiovascular disease

The Bari Manifesto

Cardiff University lead new paper on ten principles to improve EBV informatics

14 January 2019

A new paper published in the journal Ecological Informatics outlines an interoperability framework for Essential Biodiversity Variable (EBV) data products.

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Rise in Brexit related hate crime to be focus of new research lab

13 December 2018

New technology will be developed to help authorities spot triggers for hate crime

Ken Skates NSA

National Software Academy expands

23 November 2018

National Software Academy takes up residence at the Information Station in Newport

Paper lie detector

Scientists develop lie detector test for written text

26 October 2018

New tool can identify fake police statements in cases of robbery with over 80 per cent accuracy

Hacker

How online technologies are transforming transnational organised crime

24 October 2018

Academics to analyse evolving methods of serious cyber-crime via £450,000 ESRC grant

Karen Holford

Supercomputing programme launches in Wales

12 October 2018

Cardiff University-led programme will enable the country to compete globally for research and innovation projects

Burnt scroll

Scientists ‘virtually unravel’ burnt 16th century scroll

3 October 2018

Improved computer techniques allow hidden text inside of severely damaged historic scroll to be revealed, prompting scientists to call for more unreadable artefacts to investigate

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Pupils urged to pursue cyber security careers

19 September 2018

One-day course aims to inspire new generation of experts to keep us safe in the digital age

Safety app

Mathematicians calculate the safest way home

18 September 2018

Researchers develop algorithms to successfully predict the likelihood of road accidents, opening up the possibility of a mobile app to guide pedestrians along the safest instead of quickest route

Robots

Could AI robots develop prejudice on their own?

7 September 2018

Computer science and psychology experts suggest discrimination is also a non-human phenomenon that could make autonomous machines susceptible

Dr Pete Burnap

Wales awarded first cyber security centre of excellence

22 August 2018

Cardiff University is recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre

New computer science and maths building

Consultation on new building

27 July 2018

University seeks views on purpose-built facility for Schools of Computer Science and Mathematics

National Academy Software students

Closing the IT skills gap

18 July 2018

First cohort of students graduate from Cardiff University’s National Software Academy

Innovation & Impact Award

TeloNostiX triumphs at Innovation Awards

29 June 2018

Diagnostic cancer technology is ‘People’s Choice’

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Go ahead for £3.5m Data Innovation Accelerator

19 June 2018

Welsh Government funding will help create jobs

Cyber crime

Cardiff academics join UK efforts to fight cyber crime

7 June 2018

Cyber Security academics from Cardiff University join UK Government’s Research Institute in Trustworthy Interconnected Cyber-physical Systems

Cyber security partnership

Honours for Europe’s first Cybersecurity Analytics & AI Excellence Centre

1 June 2018

Airbus partnership claims International Impact Award