Monthly Archives: February 2016

Is rare wildlife traded on the darknet?

Unlike illicit trade in drugs, guns or pornography, illicit trade in rare species doesn’t have to hide on the ‘darknet’ because people can find whatever they want in the open market. The so-called darknet is not required for trade in … Continue reading

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We’re hiring – Computing Learning Coordinator

The School of Computing is recruiting a Computing Learning Coordinator. This is a flexible, part-time role for a Computer Science graduate. The post holder will devise, develop and run workshops on the Triesman Model – which has documented success with minority … Continue reading

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Dr Anna Jordanous on Sky Arts documentary

Dr Anna Jordanous has been invited to give her expert opinion on the computational creativity involved in a new musical conceived and generated by computer. Sky Arts documentary ‘Computer Says Show‘ follows the ground-breaking process  of scientists training their computers to … Continue reading

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Selfies could replace security passwords – but only with an upgrade

Professor Ian McLoughlin, Head of School (Medway), on the changing ways in which we can use technology to identify ourselves. This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. The next time you do some online shopping or … Continue reading

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The School of Computing welcomes new staff

The School of Computing has added two talented members of academic staff to its numbers. Dr Radu Grigore joined the School in January and Dr Budi Arief  joined in February. Both will be based at the Canterbury campus. Radu received his … Continue reading

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Computer Science Alumnus named in Forbes Middle East Entrepreneurs List

Forbes Middle East has named a Kent alumnus’ in a list of Entrepreneurs Shaping Saudi Arabia’s future. Luca Passone who graduated from Computer Science with a Year in Industry is one of the founders of Falconviz, an aerial surveying company. Falconviz was founded … Continue reading

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