Professor Carsten Maple and Dr Rebecca McDonald. Speak for Yourself! Attitudes to contact tracing applications in the context of COVID-19: results from a nationally representative survey of the UK population
Professor Carsten Maple, University of Warwick and Dr Rebecca McDonald, University of Birmingham have undertaken a nationally-representative survey of the UK public to help understand public opinion on aspects of contact tracing apps.
Speak for Yourself! Attitudes to contact tracing applications in the context of COVID-19: results from a nationally representative survey of the UK population.
Applications are now open for the second Data Science for Social Good Summer Fellowship being held at the University of Warwick.
Professor Cartsen Maple will be presenting at the Facial Recognition and Biometrics - Technology and Ethics conference at the Royal Society on Wednesday (29 January).
The concept of widespread Connected and Automated Mobility (CAM) is quickly becoming something of a reality thanks to a national and global push to develop the next generation of transport solutions.
At Warwick Manufacturing Group, we've been tackling some of the challenges that come with CAM by focusing on how to improve security, privacy and safety in connected and automated vehicles from a cyber-perspective, conducting rigorous testing and exploring innovative technologies in a real-world environment.