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Computers can help society but can't solve the human condition

Thu 03 May 2018

In front of a massive white board, full of hand-scrawled symbols and equations, sits Professor Graham Cormode. He has recently been awarded the Adams Prize for Mathematics. It’s a prestigious award from the University of Cambridge, given each year to a UK-based mathematician for distinguished research in the mathematical sciences.

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Future Female

Fri 09 February 2018

It’s the UN’s International Day for Women and Girls in Science on February 11. We hear from four of Warwick’s young women research scientists, who share their hopes for their research and the future.

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Computers, cancer and care

Wed 19 April 2017

Professor Nasir Rajpoot completed his PhD in image processing at the University of Warwick in 2001 and began working as a member of the academic staff within the Computer Sciences Department later that year. But when cancer affected his own family, Professor Rajpoot began to consider how he may help the research and diagnosis procedure.

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Can we predict our political future?

Wed 01 April 2015

As our understanding of big data grows, can we harness its power to predict the future? At the Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities (WISC), Adam Tsakalidis is researching how to best unlock the secrets of our political future using the ever growing big data source, social media.

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What trends will we see in a big data future?

Mon 02 February 2015

Big data is one of the areas of focus for business, government and research at present and when you start looking at what big data is, it’s not surprising. One of the big attractions for big data is its potential. Based on their area of expertise, we asked some of our leading academics how we can tap into the potential of big data.

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What is big data?

Fri 02 January 2015

Big data is a major area of interest for businesses, government and researchers like those at Warwick. Big data cuts across the departments, institutes and faculties at Warwick and we have many leading researchers exploring the world of big data and investigating the opportunities for government, business and society more broadly.