PUTTING FEMINISM INTO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

PUTTING FEMINISM INTO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

B Aga and Coral Manton in Conversation with Digitalwomen.co.uk: http://digitalwomenuk.co.uk/putting-feminism-into-artificial-intelligence/ Digital Women UK’s content coordinator Heather Marks speaks to i-DAT researchers Birgitte Aga and Coral Manton about their experience of developing feminist Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their radical workshop and challenging gender stereotypes in AI development. Women Reclaiming

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EMOTI-OS AT NESTA

EMOTI-OS AT NESTA

Meet Emoti-OS: The chatbot helping to empower pupils The computer program gives students the opportunity to engage in non-human, non-judgmental conversation As London EdTech Week kicks off, Angus Reith, Computing Lead at Plymouth School of Creative Arts explains how his school is exploring the use

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FUNDED INDUSTRY, ACADEMIC & NEW TALENT FELLOWSHIPS – 14 JUNE

FUNDED INDUSTRY, ACADEMIC & NEW TALENT FELLOWSHIPS – 14 JUNE

South West Creative Technology Network Fellowships. Plymouth Launch Event: Ocean Studios, 17.30-19.00, 14 June 2018. Ocean Studios. The Factory Cooperage, Royal William Yard, Plymouth PL1 3QQ [https://goo.gl/maps/kThMSCshx4C2] [Refreshments provided] 24 x R&D Fellowships worth £15,000 each 8 creative industry Fellowships, 8 academic Fellowships 8 new

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AUDIENCE INTELLIGENCE: 3D3/NPIF PHD STUDENTSHIP

AUDIENCE INTELLIGENCE: 3D3/NPIF PHD STUDENTSHIP

Audience Intelligence NPIF studentships in Artificial Intelligence and Data-Driven research http://quorum.i-dat.org/ This research opportunity builds on i-DAT’s established history of digital practice-based research and its strengths in cultural computation, ludic data and playful experimentation with creative technology. The project will explore the application of Artificial

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£6.5MILLION CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY NETWORK

£6.5MILLION CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY NETWORK

i-DAT is extremely pleased to be a partner in this £6.5million Creative Technology Network: “Digital technologies are transforming the way we work and play, and this collaborative initiative focuses on some of the most exciting aspects of this evolution. The use of Data to improve our understanding

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DIGITAL CITIES PANEL.

DIGITAL CITIES PANEL.

British Council Digital Cities Summit. Presentation by Mike Phillips presents on the Digital Cities Summit. At Birmingham City University, 26 March 2018. CONNECTING THE WESTERN BALKANS AND THE UK Organisations working in creative and digital industries are becoming critical for the development of local communities.

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PEOPLE COUNT: INNOVATE UK-BEYOND THE BUSINESS AS USUAL

PEOPLE COUNT: INNOVATE UK-BEYOND THE BUSINESS AS USUAL

Beyond the Business As Usual 25th January 2018 Sandy Park Way, Exeter EX2 7NN Innovate UK Beyond the Business As Usual Presentation. People Count: playful technologies for measuring experience and behaviour, and other forms of Cultural Computation. ‘People Count’ explores the Quorum research initiative which builds

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DESIGN RESEARCH: THE IMPACT OF DESIGN

DESIGN RESEARCH: THE IMPACT OF DESIGN

Tuesday 23 January 2018: Provoking new thinking and practice around strategic design challenges. Professor Rachel Cooper OBE and Professor Iain Stewart MBE. Design Lab, Roland Levinsky Building. PDF Download. Professor Rachel Cooper OBE Rachel Cooper OBE is Distinguished Professor of Design Management and Policy at

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3D3 EOI- 09/02/18

3D3 EOI- 09/02/18

THE 3D3 CENTRE FOR DOCTORAL TRAINING. Expressions of Interest closes on 9th February 2018. The purpose of the EoI process is to: ensure that your proposed research is appropriate for the consortium and, if so, in which institution and research unit; ensure that you are appropriately

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CODEX:

CODEX:

CODEX, an international Postgraduate Research network operating in the volatile and dynamic space that frames new interdisciplinary art and design practices is launched in January 2018. The Full-Time PhD consists of an 18-month Residency Period in the UK followed by a Mobility period in the

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