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Publishing Conference Paper – A valuable experience

post by Keerthy Kusumam (2017 cohort) I published my conference paper, ”Unsupervised face manipulation via hallucination” in the International Conference on Pattern Recognition. The paper focused on a generative computer […]

CDT student Shazmin Majid passes viva

We proudly announce that Horizon CDT has reached its 90th student to successfully pass their PhD viva subject to minor corrections. Supervised by Dr Stuart Reeves, Professor Richard Morriss and […]

Trends and Challenges for the moderation of end-to-end encrypted communication in Zimbabwe

Student challenge at the Harare Institute of Technology As part of our collaborative project with the Harare Institute of Technology, we decided to run a challenge for undergraduate students there. […]

Everything in Moderation – sister project update

The use of E2E encrypted platforms in the Global South is extremely popular. WhatsApp is the most used App in Zimbabwe and accounts for 44% of mobile app use. Our […]

Unpacking the Recurrent Value of Digitally Augmented FMCGs

Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCGs), or consumer packaged goods such as food, are products that are sold quickly and at a relatively low cost. They are typically characterised as being purchased […]