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Showing prejudice towards others does not require a high level of cognitive ability and could easily be exhibited by artificially intelligent machines, new research has suggested.
Congratulations to Crime and Security Research Institute CUROP summer placement students Annabel Reville, Catherine King and Freya Cox.
CSRI Co-director Prof Alun Preece is co-organising an Autumn symposium on Artificial Intelligence in Government and Public Sector, in Arlington, USA, between October 18-20 2018, sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI).
IBM’s Richard Tomsett will be presenting the paper “Interpretable to whom? A role-based model for analyzing interpretable machine learning systems” at the Workshop on Human Interpretability in Machine Learning 2018.
CSRI Research Assistant Dan Harborne will be presenting at the LACATODA 2018 conference in Stockholm, Sweden.
On Wednesday 11th July Dr Federico Cerutti, principal investigator on DAIS project “Anticipatory Situational Understanding” will be presenting at the 21st International Conference on Information Fusion, Cambridge UK.
Cardiff University's Formula Student AI team will be participating in a showcase of solutions for 'driverless' racing as part of the main Formula Student competition event.
CSRI Co-Director Professor Alun Preece is currently in Montréal, Canada, speaking at the International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence.
Working with Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) and Pennsylvania State University (PSU), we created an innovative approach to model the evolution of human groups on a generative basis, to anticipate their possible mutation
A recent study by the UPSI in collaboration with Grangetown residents has identified litter as negatively impacting perceptions of safety in Grangetown.
Following an issue identified by South Wales Police that the lack of a ‘joined up’ approach to emergency service provision was resulting in inefficiency and a poor response service to the public a Home Office Innovation Fund grant was awarded.
This year marks 12 years since UPSI began working in partnership with the London Borough of Sutton to help understand the security perceptions of local people.
The Policing Futures programme is a collaboration between the University Police Science Group (UPSI) and South Wales Police (SWP).
Cardiff University’s Violence Research Group's innovative model for tackling violence has been adopted by the Government in its first Serious Violence Strategy.
CSRI Research Assistant Daniel Harborne has been spending time in Hokkaido University Japan, collaborating with academics there on computer science research.
The Distributed Analytics and Information Science International Technology Alliance (DAIS ITA) has recently begun its second phase
The Crime and Security Research Institute has announced the appointment of Professor Simon C Moore, Director of the Violence Research Group, as its new Co-director. Simon will replace Professor Jonathan Shepherd, who announced his retirement at the end of last year.
The level of influence and interference by Russian-linked social media accounts trying to engineer social division in the UK is considerably more extensive than has been reported to date.
Prejudice is often only expressed when people are intoxicated, suggests a study by the Violence Research Group.