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Research opportunities at the intersection of Smart Cities, Machine Learning and Public Engagement

  Please join us for a workshop exploring research opportunities at the intersection of Smart Cities, Machine Learning and Public Engagement. The event forms part of a research visit by Dr Sobah Abbas Petersen from the Norwegian University of Science and… Continue Reading →

PrEP: A new app that helps prevent HIV

After 8 years of lobbying and campaigning by HIV activist and advocacy organisations, PrEP became available in England in 2020. PrEP, or Pre-exposure Prophylaxis, is a medicine for people at risk of acquiring HIV from sex or injection drug use…. Continue Reading →

Caleb Madden: PhD student with the Centre for Digital Media Cultures

Caleb Madden is an artist, lecturer, curator and noise theorist, in the final stages of completing his PhD with the Centre for Digital Media Cultures (CDMC). His interest in noise theory began when he was a teenage musician, interested in… Continue Reading →

The EmERGE legacy: Digital healthcare support for HIV

Between 2015 and 2020 the Horizon 2020 funded EmERGE project co-designed, developed, implemented and evaluated an mHealth platform to support people living with HIV. The technology is now being used on a commercial, not-for-profit basis in the UK and in… Continue Reading →

Telematic LASER brings international opportunities for community, collaboration and creativity

 Professor Paul Sermon working in collaboration with international Visiting Research Fellow Dr Randall Packer and the Third Space Network has established ‘Telematic LASER’ which will offer online public dialogues, performance and experimentation among leading artists, researchers and scientists working at… Continue Reading →

Public Understanding of AI Seminar Series

Join the Centre for Digital Media Cultures for a series of online events on the theme of Public Understanding of AI. We will explore: current and speculative future uses of AI; privacy, agency and user experience of people interacting with… Continue Reading →

Public Understanding of Artificial Intelligence Seminar Series 05/05/21: Liminal Landscapes: An architectural design perspective on AI

Join us on Wednesday, 5th March, 14:00-15:00 for our fourth talk in our Public Understanding of AI series Liminal Landscapes: An architectural design perspective on AI Dr Sarah Stevens, University of Brighton Event Link:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/liminal-landscapes-dr-sarah-sweeting-tickets-149914431099 We live suspended between the… Continue Reading →

Public Understanding of Artificial Intelligence Seminar Series 14/04/21: AI and User Experience

Join us on Wednesday, 14 April, 14:00-15:00 for the first talk in our Public Understanding of AI series. Event Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/148918438057 AI and User Experience: Challenges for UX Designers in using machine learning as a design material Dr Tobias Mülling,… Continue Reading →

Telematic LASER brings international opportunities for community, collaboration and creativity

ONLINE PUBLIC DIALOGUE Saturday, Jan. 16th, 9am ET / 2pm UK / 3pm CET / 10pm Singapore /// ONLINE REGISTRATION – Save Your Spot on Crowdcast Professor Paul Sermon working in collaboration with international Visiting Research Fellow Dr Randall Packer and… Continue Reading →

CDMC Action Against Racial Inequality

Centre for Digital Media Cultures members want to express their deep commitment to the radical change needed to address racial oppression, discrimination and violence.  We remain angered and appalled by the murder of George Floyd in the USA and we… Continue Reading →

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