AI could speed up discovery of new medicines
Artificial intelligence that could reduce the cost and speed up the discovery of new medicines has been developed as part of a collaboration between researchers at the University of Sheffield and AstraZeneca.
Remote technologies help occupational therapists get patients home quicker
Using remote consultation technology to assess a patient’s home environment allowed for quicker hospital discharge and freed up staff time for other care.
TikTok bans: what the evidence says about security and privacy concerns
Department Cybersecurity Lecturer Dr Benjamin Dowling offers his take on the furore surrounding TikTok privacy concerns.The Conversation
Twitter insiders: We can't protect users from trolling under Musk
Department of Computer Science research features in a BBC Panorama investigation into the escalation of online violence, abuse and trolling on the social media platform.BBC News
'To say I'm excited is an understatement' - student's paper accepted at influential international conference
An undergraduate student is celebrating after the dissertation project he put everything into has been accepted as a paper at a prestigious international software testing conference.
More success for Algorithms group as papers accepted at STOC 2023
An academic from the Department’s Algorithms research group has had two papers accepted at one of the top global conferences in theoretical computer science.