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Sheffield Hallam University academics are part of a project to investigate the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the museum and heritage sector.
An immersive virtual reality (VR) game that transforms painful rehabilitation into an enjoyable and effective experience for children has won Best Health Game at the prestigious Games for Change awards.
Final-year computing students from Sheffield Hallam were successful in four categories at the annual Game Republic Student Showcase hosted by the University of Bradford.
A week of events celebrating careers in the games industry and aiming to inspire the next generation of games professionals is underway in Sheffield.
Students from the computing department, working through Steel Minions, the computing department’s in-house game development studio, have helped launch “Zool Redimensioned” on PlayStation 4.
Sheffield Hallam University has hosted the first-of-its-kind Healthcare Analytics and AI conference, bringing together healthcare professionals, data scientists and researchers.
The Yorkshire and Humberside regional finals of the National Cyber Security Centres' CyberFirst competition was held at Sheffield Hallam over the weekend
A professor of informatics and security research has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have begun working with key partner organisations from across the EU on a €6.8m project to combat online child sexual exploitation.
Computing students at Sheffield Hallam have been commissioned by the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to support small, medium, and sole trading businesses with cyber security.
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