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Sheffield Hallam University is set to play a key role in a new partnership that will help to address the challenges the UK faces from global security threats.
Sheffield Hallam researchers are working with international partners to create world-first ‘accountability principles’, to help guide the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) by policing and security agencies, as well as judiciaries.
Increasing the awareness, adoption, and long-term impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in law enforcement agencies across Europe is the aim of a new project led by Sheffield Hallam University.
A life-saving security app developed by Sheffield Hallam University and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been nominated for a prestigious Times Higher Education award.
Sheffield Hallam University has announced plans that will see its campus open safely for the start of the academic year in September 2020.
Sheffield Hallam partners with Europol to tackle cybercrime and terrorism
Sheffield Hallam unites international security research community to combat Covid-19
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