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  • Why I changed my mind about A.I.  

    By Suzy Powell, PR and Communications Executive, Interface 13th September 2018  The words “Artificial Intelligence” provoke a variety of responses in people, from suspicion to excitement. But one thing is certain, it is here to stay and will form a growing part of all our lives.   Harnessing A.I. to make people’s lives better greatly excites some people and the possibilities seem endless. Its application in ... Read more
  • A decade of SICSA PhD Conferences

    by Dr Jeremy Singer, SGA Director 17 July 2018 Last month, I attended the tenth SICSA PhD conference at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. This is the northern-most location for our annual conference so far, and I was impressed by the beautiful setting and ideal facilities at this modern university campus. Paul Hagan from RGU opened the conference; ... Read more
  • SICSA DVF Garbriel Murray

    by Gabriel Murray 9 July 2018 Gabriel Murray is visiting Scotland on a SICSA Distinguished Visiting Fellowship, and will be giving talks at Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Heriot-Watt Universities. The talk abstract, schedule, and Dr. Murray’s biography are below. Talk Abstract: The dynamics of small group interactions are an area of study for many disciplines ranging from social psychology to ... Read more
  • Scotland: A world-leader in Cyber Security Innovation

    by Professor Bill Buchanan, 23 May 2018   We are moving from an Industrial Age into an Information Age, and increasingly the focus for our world is data. With new regulations such as GDPR and NIS, we thus need to react quicker to data breaches, and also create more secure and resilient data infrastructures, and which are increasingly ... Read more
  • Manycore Summer School

    by Dr Jeremy Singer, SGA Director 22 May 2018 Glasgow in summer … what a great experience! If you are enthusiastic about manycore processors, systems and parallel applications, please sign up for the Manycore summer school, running 16-20 July at the School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow. The manycore revolution is fundamentally changing multiple levels of the ... Read more