The University of Southampton

WAIS is a research group in the Department of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton. The group researches the Internet, the Web and large scale systems that combine computational, data and human components.

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  • 10 November 2017

    MSc in Artificial Intelligence numbers double...

    Our MSc in Artificial Intelligence attracts a surge of interest a decade on from its launch

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  • 10 November 2017

    Time is right to capitalise on artificial...

    Just weeks after the publication of the UK government's review of the country's capabilities in artificial intelligence, Professor Dame Wendy Hall says time is right to capitalise

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  • 16 October 2017

    Professor Dame Wendy Hall calls for UK to...

    A major review of the UK’s burgeoning Artificial Intelligence (AI) industry, co-led by Professor Dame Wendy Hall, has set out proposals for how Government, academia and industry can work together and increase use of AI across the economy.

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  • Publications archive

    Recent WAIS publications

    Feasibility of personalised remote long-term follow-up of people with cochlear implants: a randomised controlled trial - Helen Cullington, Padraig Kitterick, Mark Weal and Magdalena Margol-Gromada
    Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.
    Functional anonymisation: personal data and the data environment - Mark Elliot, Kieron O'hara, Charles Raab, Christine M. O'Keefe, Elaine Mackey, Chris Dibben, Heather Gowans, Kingsley Purdam and Karen McCullagh
    Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.
    You Are Being Watched: Review of Kevin Macnish, The Ethics of Surveillance, Routledge, 2018, ISBN 978-1-138-64379-6, 215+vii pp. - Kieron O'hara
    Type: Review | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

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