Tag Archives: Srivas Chennu

Consciousness, growing up in India and Pink Floyd: Nostalgia podcast with Srivas Chennu

Dr Chris Deacy, Reader in Theology and Religious Studies, speaks to Srivas Chennu from the School of Computing as part of his Nostalgia podcast series. In this insightful interview, Srivas talks about how we are today able to ask questions … Continue reading

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DeepMind: can we ever trust a machine to diagnose cancer?

Shutterstock Srivas Chennu, University of Kent DeepMind has recently announced a fresh collaborative partnership with the UK’s health service, with plans for the artificial intelligence firm to develop machine learning technology to research breast cancer. DeepMind, a Google subsidiary, is … Continue reading

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Playing tennis in a coma

How do you know if someone is conscious if they can’t show it? Lecturer Srivas Chennu will be featured on a programme Playing tennis in a coma exploring this topic. The broadcast follows Srivas and other researchers trying to detect consciousness in … Continue reading

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Hello. Can you hear me? – The mohawk of consciousness

As part of the University of Kent Think Kent series a collection of YouTube videos celebrating research with international impact at the University – Dr Srivas Chennu explains The Mohawk of Consciousness: Neuroscience, Computing & Assessing Awareness. Awareness and the presence of intent, both in … Continue reading

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