Multimillion pound project will see AI remixing radio to help people living with dementia
A £2.7 million project is to use artificial intelligence to adapt and personalise live radio, with the aim of transforming life for people living alone with dementia.
Bowie helps composer onto award shortlist
Plymouth University News: A Plymouth University composer has earned two award nominations for a film which reads the minds and bodies of its audience, and a series of musical pieces based on the career of David Bowie
Alexis Kirke - BSc (Hons) Mathematics graduate with two PhDs
Alexis Kirke tells us of how he’s finally realised his lifelong dream of doing artistic work.
Premiere of Entangled Brains will allow audience to see and hear quantum physics in action
A scientist and composer will feed live data from performers’ brainwaves into one of the most powerful computers on earth to help an audience understand the mysteries of quantum physics.
Accolades celebrate creative talent
Plymouth University News: A film influenced by the responses of its audience and a graduate who completed his studies despite contracting meningitis were among the Plymouth University winners at the 2014 Media Innovation Awards