Charlotte describes how a Kent farmer is working to find farm-made fertiliser from the by-products of his mixed farm near Ashford
Category: Science & Technology
As we approach the Summer Solstice and the nights become shorter, we are in a difficult period for stargazing.
Health professionals, the food industry and government public health messaging have been telling us to avoid fat for decades.
This Reith lecture deals with the role of ethics in artificial intelligence. The principles are Virtue or Rights based and utilitarian.
Jan Fuscoe examines Stuart Russell’s ideas on Artificial Intelligence and work, and the resulting impact on human life.
The development of AI enables the development of lethal autonomous weapons, sometimes referred to as “killer robots”.
Jan Fuscoe discusses the first of Stuart Russell’s Reith Lectures 2021 and what Artificial Intelligence is and what it means for our future.
Juliet Blackburn gives a brief overview of Professor Stuart Russell’s recent Reith Lectures on Living with Artifical Intelligence.
Climate activists turned out all over Kent on 5 November during COP26 in Glasgow, to raise awareness of the Climate Challenge facing us all.
For thousands of years human beings have been fermenting the food and drink they consume as a means to preserve and enhance them.