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Computing at Kent rates highly in REF 2021

100% of the impact of our research is classified as world leading or internationally excellent

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Kent students develop new music service, Musish

While on their year in industry in San Francisco, our students attracted the attention of Apple

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Home Office report on cyber security and abuse

Domestic abuse perpetrators are increasingly using digital and online technologies to monitor, threaten and humiliate their victims, according to a Home Office report co-authored by Dr Jason Nurse.

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£445,000 grant for research into quantum physics

Professor Julio Hernandez-Castro and Lecturer Carlos Perez Delgado will research into quantum random number generators as part of the EPSRC Quantum Communications Hub.

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Workshop on children's social media use

Kent Law School and Kent Cyber Security Educational Centre (KeCSEC), hosted a virtual workshop entitled ‘Children’s Social Media Sites: Can they meet the ICO Age Appropriate Design Code of Practice?’

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Two awards for machine learning research

Dr Caroline Li‘s research in using brain imaging technologies and AI to generate images could be transformative in the way in which humans interact with technology to signal their preferences in design.

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Mixed reality platform for performing artists

Researchers have developed an online platform to bring performing artists together remotely to rehearse and create mixed reality improvisational performance.

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Guidelines for AI from the 18th Century

Research from the University of Kent and Aalto University has concluded with four key guidelines for how society should view and utilise AI, based on fictional scenarios in 18th Century literature.

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New app offers a virtual memorial space

Dr Jim Ang involved in creation of Living Memory app to help people stay connected with deceased loved ones.

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Royal Society Industry Fellowship with Shopify

From 2021 to 2024, Dr Stefan Marr will work together with Dr Chris Seaton of Shopify on techniques to improve the performance of large-scale applications with millions of lines of code.

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