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Horizon is a multidisciplinary centre of excellence for Digital Economy research centred at the University of Nottingham. We work in collaboration with leading academic, commercial, public and third sector partners across a broad spectrum of subjects to deliver exciting impact which will shape the digital economy of tomorrow. Find out more about our work in our latest Impact Highlights brochure or by watching this short video 

 

 


Horizon News

Responsible research and innovation in practice: Driving both the ‘How’ and the ‘What’ to research

Our latest paper led by Jiahong Chen and authors Elena Nichele, Zack Ellerby and Christian […]

Research Fellow in Human Computer (Data) Interaction (Fixed term)

We seek a talented researcher with a background in Human-Computer (Data) Interaction and/or IoT Design […]

TAS Hub ‘Living With AI’ Podcast

Horizon Research Fellow, Pepita Barnard, talks about the challenges of  ‘Living with Artificial Intelligence’ in […]

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Horizon Blog Posts

Adaptive Interactive Movies (AIM): half-way point

Interactive movies are films where audiences either as a group or individuals make choices at […]

Principled machine learning – new paper

Yordan led this co-authored paper, with David Saad – published in the IEEE Journal of […]

A lesson in remote work and open-source success: exploring emotion classification with farmers at CIMMYT

post by Eliot Jones-Garcia (2019 cohort) My journey with CIMMYT, the international maize and wheat […]

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