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Archive for: November 2019

28th November 2019

Lil Nas X, ‘Amuse’ and the technologically driven democratisation of the music industry

The interactions between technology and music are something of a personal fascination. In a previous blog post, I talked about how Spotify uses machine learning

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26th November 2019

Food for thought: the foodtech trends to look out for

Alongside the regular bingeworthy dramas and festive films that can be found on Netflix, I’ve recently discovered a new series of 20-minute documentaries called ‘Explained’

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Samantha Browning
22nd November 2019

Facial recognition software: Is there a darker side to surveillance technology?

Globally, as a society, we have come to accept surveillance cameras as a part of our everyday lives. In fact, CCTV cameras have become so

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Bethan Rees
20th November 2019

Is competitive gaming here to stay?

When I was five, I was lucky enough to be gifted a PlayStation 2 by my family. This started my love affair with video games

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Ben Rees