Multi-million pound project aims to combat disinformation with cutting edge artificial intelligence tools
A Department of Computer Science research team is collaborating on a major new European project to develop and build trustworthy artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to deploy in the fight against increasingly sophisticated digital disinformation.
Newly-formed Turing Interest Group strengthens ties with The Alan Turing Institute
The University of Sheffield is strengthening its connections with The Alan Turing Institute with another success in leading one of nine newly-formed Turing Interest Groups, by Dr Haiping Lu from the Department of Computer Science.
Spin-out Cyberselves pushes technology to exciting new spaces in global competition
A Department of Computer Science spin-out company, whose avatar system allows people to teleport into and control a robot from a vast distance, pushed their technology further than ever before in the finals of a prestigious international competition.
New report reveals link between online and offline violence against women journalists
A groundbreaking report into online violence against women journalists draws on Department of Computer Science research to call for urgent action by UK policymakers to protect lives, livelihoods and press freedom.
Protect your Tech - stay safe online with our new cybersecurity podcast
The Department of Computer Science has stepped into the podcasting arena with its new offering, Protect your Tech.
Dr Po Yang's paper voted as best of 2022 in prestigious industry journal
A senior lecturer from the Department has won acclaim from one of the world’s largest technical professional organisations dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
'A great way to make friends' - Sheffield Women in Computer Science Society look for new recruits
The Sheffield Women in Computer Science Society (SWiCS) is all about bringing people together. Founded in 2019, the aim was to create a community within a subject area that can often suffer from a gender imbalance.