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‘Responsible’ Artificial intelligence (AI) can protect children on social media, say Warwick Researchers

New research by academics at Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick argues that ‘responsible’ AI can prevent children from seeing both harmful and legal but harmful content online.

Mon 06 Feb 2023, 14:06 | Tags: WBS, research, AI, Women in STEM

Coventry City of Culture brings almost 50,000 people into cultural participation

New research from the University of Warwick has found that almost 50,000 people from underrepresented groups around Coventry have been brought into cultural participation by Coventry City of Culture last year, including around 10,000 from the most underrepresented areas.

Thu 08 Dec 2022, 12:57 | Tags: WBS, research, Coventry City of Culture 2021, city of culture

University of Warwick delighted to be part of pioneering Health Determinants Research Collaboration (HDRC) with Coventry City Council

The University of Warwick has been announced as one of the partners working with Coventry City Council, after it was awarded a £5 million boost to tackle inequalities and improve health outcomes across Coventry through research.

Mon 17 Oct 2022, 12:41 | Tags: Community and region, WBS, WMS, funding, Health and Medicine

University of Warwick named as one of UK’s best in the 2023 Good University Guide

The University of Warwick has further cemented its position as one of the UK’s best universities - after being ranked 9th overall by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2023.

It continues a remarkable record for Warwick, which has featured in the Top 10 every single year since the Guide was first published in 1992.

Research should be part of the DNA of UK City of Culture says new report

Following the award of UK City of Culture 2025 to Bradford, a new report released today by the University of Warwick details how and why arts and humanities research can add value to the UK City of Culture programme and inform future campaigns.

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