People get tired of fighting; but do “machines”? How AI (Autonomous Weapons Systems) escalates wars.

Written by Gabriel Udoh,  PhD candidate in Autonomous Weapons Systems and International Humanitarian Law, Europa-Universität Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) By now, most of the insinuations concerning the capacity of AI to […]

Well done Emma!

Congratulations to Research Fellow Emma McClaughlin who was  shortlisted in the ‘Rising Star’ category at the University of Nottingham Institute of Policy and Public Engagement award ceremony held on the […]

On the Blob: Millennials vs Gen Zs talk menstrual health

Horizon Co-Investigator Svenja Adolphs, Professor of English Language and Linguistics, Research Fellow, Emma McClaughlin and Research Associates Kate Barber & Xinmei Sun recently teamed up with Thrive to develop the […]

Connecting Human-AI Interaction Researchers (CHAIR) – workshop

Horizon TAP, Helena Webb and Research Fellow, Anna-Maria Piskopani are supporting the organisation of an interdisciplinary workshop on Human/Artificial Intelligence interaction, being led by the School of Humanities Philosophy Department, […]

Domesticating Electric Vehicle Charging (DEVeC) – findings and implications

The introduction of electric vehicles is seen as one solution to addressing and potentially achieving a balance between security, affordability and sustainability in accessing and using energy. Indeed, the UK […]