This presentation unpacks the contradictions in urban robotics, suggests how to avoid doing harm to humans, and encourages critical discussion about which version of the intelligent urban future we are building.
COVID-19 is a pandemic disease that caused more than 6.59 million deaths as of 30th October 2022. Traditional manual labelling of CT-based scans is tedious. To solve the problem, intelligent automation methods, such as transfer learning, graph neural networks, attention neural networks and weakly supervised networks can be employed.
This webinar is dedicated to exploring various perspectives on innovation risks, their owners, liability and extent from a legal stand point.
In this era of incessant and convergent global change and challenge, the role of engineers in addressing societal needs is more vital than ever. This lecture will explore key barriers and opportunities in engineering skills, culture and practice that impact on our ability to be a profession that is truly fit for the future.
This event will see our students go head-to-head to win a grand prize, judged by a panel of academics and industry experts. Come support the various teams taking in this challenge.
This presentation will elaborate on the emerging technology of Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces (RISs) which are proposed as the enabler of smart wireless environments, offering a highly scalable, low-cost, hardware-efficient, and almost energy-neutral solution for the dynamic control of the propagation of electromagnetic signals.
This presentation will discuss the importance of the CIS AWS Foundations Benchmark and the benefits of implementing it. The philosophy behind the AWS CIS Benchmark controls will be reviewed and there will be some tips and tricks for its implementation.
This presentation will cover the latest advances on technology ethics and two IEEE initiatives namely IEEE 7000 standard and the Ethics Certification Programme for Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (ECPAIS).
Come and join IEEE UKI Women and Engineering for an interactive free workshop to share good practice in showcasing STEM.
Nanostructured materials are rapidly gaining interest among researchers due to their exceptional optical, biological, and mechanical properties, which differ from those of bulk form materials.