Hospital admissions from care homes reduced by a quarter thanks to data-driven app
A smartphone app that allows care home staff to monitor the health of residents has been found to reduce hospital A&E attendances by 11 per cent and emergency admissions by 25 per cent.
New AI research at University of Sheffield awarded share of £100 million government funding
New research that will build principles for the responsible use of AI across the public, private and third sectors at the University of Sheffield, has been awarded a share of £100 million in government funding.
Clive Humby honoured with the Don Schultz Award
Visiting Professor Clive Humby has been selected for the Don Schultz Award for Innovation in Teaching
'Why talk about the Digital Good?'
Professor Helen Kennedy presents a talk that questions just why we focus on the "Digital Good".
How artificial intelligence slots into research
It was coding a Tetris-winning AI agent that flipped Dr Donghwan Shin’s focus from software engineering to AI. Now he’s investigating how AI can transform the research environment, and beyond.
University expertise helps local company take AI to the next level
South Yorkshire-based Automated Analytics is using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) to help its clients understand customers, improve their experience and ultimately boost sales, following a collaboration with academics at the University.