As we mark the European Day of Languages, Professor Matthew Reynolds from AHRC’s Creative Multilingualism project reflects on artificial intelligence (AI) in the world of languages and the valuable role of arts and humanities researchers. What do language-learning and literary research have to do with artificial intelligence? A workshop at Pittsburgh University, organised by Professor … Continue reading Is AI the future of language learning?
In this week's blog, Dr Thomas H Bak from the Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS) project looks back on C.P, Snow's "The two cultures" lecture, wondering if "literary" and scientific academic cultures are still as separated as they were sixty years ago.
Kicking off the new academic year is a blog from the AHRC Digital Transformations Team on their work with digital artist Eduardo Kac on how technology can disrupt traditional artistic forms.
Peter Coates and Susie Painter take a look at how Springwatch went from ‘badgers doing bugger all’ to unmissable TV
Is banning Russia Today the right response to Russian aggression? Dr Rhys Crilley, Research Associate in Global Media and Communication at the Open University, tells us why RT shouldn't just "shut up and go away."
Henry Webber – one of our PHD students at the University of Bristol – discusses the surprising intersection between archaeology and precision farming.
In our blog for International Women's day, we asked Professor Adelle Jones to tell us about how None in Three are using video games to teach schoolchildren about domestic abuse.