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New Employability Ambassadors in the School of Computing The School of Computing recently employed two students as Employability Ambassadors to help raise awareness of employability events and opportunities and mentor students looking for placements. Abigail Pattenden is the Employability Ambassador for the Canterbury campus and Temmy Sulemon for the Medway campus. Abigail said "Putting yourself out there for employability events, and applying for placement year opportunities in particular, can be a daunting ...

4 November 2019

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Technology can now tell if you like someone's shoes, but would prefer them in another colour 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. Caroline said; ‘We are now capable of using technology to understand and visualise what a person may be thinking using the brain’s EEG signals. So for example, if ...

22 October 2019

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Computing students among 100 most influential people shaping British technology James Jarvis, Raphaël Vigée, Filip Grębowski and Brychan Bennett-Odlum have been named in Business Insider’s UK Tech 100 for their development of their own open-source web based player for Apple Music. Every year, Business Insider, the largest business news site on the web, tracks down and showcases the 100 most influential and interesting people impacting the British technology industry. ...

11 October 2019

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BAE Systems Interview Skills workshop today at 1pm in Cornwallis SW101. Come along and fine out about their graduat…

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