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The PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity announces seven new research projects funded through its Internal Strategic Projects and Engagement (ISPEF) Fund.
The PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity has recently introduced the online PETRAS Community Development Programme sessions, hosted by Dr Claire Coulton, each of which is focused on a different research topic.
The PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity has had a busy year with a multitude of online events, new research projects, and publications from our researchers and partners from across the UK. Here we present a year in review summary of the Centre’s highlights in 2021.
Work relating to the PETRAS’ Sec-QBS project team has been published by authors Shubham Jain, Ana-Maria Crețu, and Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye from Imperial College London. The paper, titled “Adversarial Detection Avoidance Attacks: Evaluating the robustness of perceptual hashing-based client-side scanning”, examines the efficiency of client-side scanning in E2EE (End-to-end encryption) communications.
PETRAS was in Newcastle on the 26th November 2021 launching an exciting new project: “What on Earth is the Internet?”. The workshops took place in the Urban Sciences Building in the Newcastle Helix, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
On the 27th of November 2021, the Edge of Tomorrow project showcased their work at the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2021 in Lancaster. The project team comprises of Adrian Gradinar (PI), Michael Stead (CoI), Franziska Pilling (RA) and PETRAS Synthesis Fellow, Joe Bourne.
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The PETRAS' briefing 'AI and Journalism' gives an overview of artificial intelligence (AI) in journalism and focuses on how AI technologies can be applied in the news production process. By listing both the benefits and key challenges of such AI applications, the report gives a good understanding of the impact AI-driven systems can have on journalism.