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Above and Beyond Award for Kwai Yoke McLoughlin Computing Support Lecturer Kwai Yoke McLoughlin has received not just one but two Above and Beyond Awards in May 2019 for providing good teaching, additional support to students and ongoing encouragement throughout the year. Students felt that she had gone above and beyond in helping to make the School of Computing in Medway a great place to study. Kent Union Above and Beyond Awards are nominated by students and conferred on good staff to recognise and encou...

3 June 2019

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Kent researchers involved in project to make chatbots more trustworthy Dr Jason Nurse from the School of Computing is involved in a new project led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) designed to make chatbots more trustworthy. From banking and insurance to shopping these human-like computer programmes are becoming increasingly common. But many people are not keen on disclosing sensitive information, hindering their effectiveness. As a result researchers at Kent, alongside UEA, Oxford Brook...

29 May 2019

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Widespread media coverage for Dr Budi Arief on WhatsApp flaw Dr Arief, from the School of Computing, has been cited in over 250 publications including The Daily Mail, The Scotsman and This is Money since providing a comment about a major security flaw discovered in the popular messaging service WhatsApp. His comment on the issue was as follows: 'It demonstrates the importance of keeping your software update. I'm not particularly surprised by this development, this happ...

17 May 2019

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Final year students - your exam results are available at https://t.co/JLUE9tIJZg We hope your hard work paid off https://t.co/g3ugOKAkDa

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RT @jasonnurse: JUST *4 weeks* left before our Summer School on #human #aspects of #cybercrime and #online #fraud. Should be informative…

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Interesting Software Developer role... https://t.co/eYwYSLgdvo

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Last Updated: 20/02/2019