Computing at Brighton

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Computing revolution

Dr Martin De Saulles, Principal Lecturer on our computing courses, has published a book on a rapidly developing area of the computing and communications sectors which “has the potential to change how we live and work”. The Internet of Things and Business (IoT), published by Routledge, “represents the next evolution of the computing revolution and will…

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Partnering with an alumnus to develop a novel legal software system

In November The University of Brighton has won £144,794 funding to work with Brighton-based firm, Family Law Partners. The project will utilise the university’s knowledge engineering and artificial intelligence expertise to develop a triage style system to underpin a novel model of family law provision. Family Law Partners specialise exclusively in family law and their Director,…

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Winner of Best Poster award at AI 2016 conference

The annual BCS conference on Artificial Intelligence (AI-2016), held from 13-15 December in Cambridge, had a significant presence from CEM with two accepted papers; one poster; and Professor Miltos Petridis as one of the Chairs of the conference. The presentations covered the topics of artificial intelligence and legal liability; comparing different learning methods for predicting…

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