Future and emerging technology blog

We're making significant breakthroughs and developing new technologies to build a brighter future in this ever-complex world.

In the Future and Emerging Technologies theme blog, our experts discuss topics including virtual reality, technology trends, cosmology and media.

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We're making significant breakthroughs and developing new technologies to build a brighter future in this ever-complex world.

In the Future and Emerging Technologies theme blog, our experts discuss topics including virtual reality, technology trends, cosmology and media.

27 posts found

Towards an International Political Economy of Artificial Intelligence - Foreword

28 September 2021 8 min read

Professor Adrian Hopgood writes on Artificial Intelligence in the Foreword for new book, Towards an International Political Economy of Artificial Intelligence

A white robot hand

The worlds data explained - how much were producing and where its all stored

30 April 2021 6 min read

Dr Melvin Vopson writes on the history and evolution of information and data storage

Compilation of data

Creative students use new CCIXR technology Nearly all courses in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries will be able to take advantage of the immersive technologies

09 March 2021 4 min read

Discover how students in our Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are taking advantage of access to our Centre for Creative and Immersive eXtended Reality (CCIXR).

Seven male students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries with a Aircraft Carrier in the background

Fine Art alumnus receives Arts Council England funding for VR research

19 November 2019 2 min read

Alumnus Kye Wilson's Empathy Machine is a research and development project that explores Virtual Reality as an art form.

Man using a virtual reality headset

BICEP2 ‘gravity wave’ finding clouded by interstellar dust

11 November 2019 6 min read

In March, scientists working on the BICEP2 experiment announced that they had seen ‘gravity waves’ from the early universe.

Planck telescope and the Cosmic microwave background

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