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Expert comment: Government’s AI tool will help in online terror fight

In response to the government unveiling an AI tool that can be used to block terrorist content before it uploaded to the web Professor of Computing Ian McLoughlin has said that the success of the technology will only improve over … Continue reading

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AI can predict whether your relationship will last based on how you speak to your partner

Ian McLoughlin, University of Kent Any child (or spouse) who has been scolded for their tone of voice – such as shouting or being sarcastic – knows that the way you speak to someone can be just as important as … Continue reading

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Award for academic and former Phd student

Dr Fernando Otero has won a best paper award at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO) conference. His paper was cowritten by Dr Gisele Papa Lobbo, a former School of Computing PhD, and Dr Luiz Otavio Oliveira. The theoretical research entitled A Dispersion Operator … Continue reading

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Can voice recognition technology identify a masked jihadi?

The latest video of a masked Islamic State jihadist apparently speaking with a British accent led to him being tentatively identified as Muslim convert Siddhartha Dhar from East London. Voice recognition experts were reportedly working with UK intelligence services using voice analysis. … Continue reading

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