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Ada Lovelace Day Event at Somerset House

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On Monday, 13th March 2023 I attended an event hosted by the Kindness Studio to commemorate Ada Lovelace which was supported by the University of Warwick and The Alan Turing Institute. Lovelace, a 19th century mathematics, and computer science pioneer is celebrated globally as a role model for women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In March 2022, a statue of Ada...

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Summer Scholarships for Young Black People - The 2023 Call is Open

Monday 13 March 2023
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Since 2020, KMi have provided financial support to Black scholars to enable them to experiment in a cutting-edge field, that can help to change the world. Hot technology topics previously covered include: Misinformation, Robotics, Human Computer Interaction,...


Happy International Women's Day 2023

Wednesday 08 March 2023
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Happy International Women’s Day 2023! We invited women in KMi to be featured in this update of our annual commemorative poster.   KMi are proud to #EmbraceEquity throughout the year.  We are one of a handful of computer...

CORE Welcomes 10 New Members

Friday 03 March 2023
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As part of our ongoing sustainability plan, in December 2022, we launched the CORE Membership program for data providers. CORE is a not-for-profit service dedicated to the open access mission and one of the signatories of the Principles of Open Scholarly...


KMi Research Fellow co-authors Erasmus funded publication on creativity

Thursday 09 February 2023

Dr. Tracie Farrell, a Research Fellow at KMi and winner of the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship (Round 6), has announced a new publication today on LinkedIn outlining a methodology that individuals and groups can use to develop their creative...

Scaling-up community care with MK:Communities

On the 24th of January 2023, the Woughton Community Council is hosting an event for local volunteer groups showcasing how the MK:Community...

No corrections required for Agnese's PhD Thesis!

Congratulations to Dr. Agnese Chiatti, who brilliantly defended her PhD Thesis, entitled "Visually Intelligent Agents –...

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