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19th July, 2022

A rollercoaster ride for knowledge exchange, but is there now a little more stability on the
rollercoaster train? Read more

Where is knowledge exchange headed? Assailed by reviews (of the HEBCI, the KEF, and on ongoing funding review), innovations (such as changes to KEF, ‘levelling up’ and place-based funding) and uncertainty about whether government sees KE as more than just a contribution to staving off financial challenges in the higher education, the last two or […]

Dr Mark Gray Pro-Vice Chancellor & Director, Knowledge Transfer, Middlesex University

6th April, 2022

A walk from … Read more

26:03:22 A Walk in the Chat Box from Cathy, Elaine, Evelyn, Geeta, Gemma, Jude, Lavinia, Linda, Mary, Sarah and Tamsin to Everyone: Rosemary in my mouth I consider the holly as a place for a message where winter berries conceal spring nests men pass buckets of concrete  overhead in the warm alleyway I carry the […]

Linda France

6th April, 2022

Food culture for knowledge exchange Read more

Everybody eats. And food and food metaphors are ever-present in knowledge exchange settings. Whether good, bad, laboured, extravagant or not enough, food fuels conversations, refreshes ideas and helps us digest information. Yet food sometimes doesn’t seem to work very hard here – perhaps a buffet at a conference or a sandwich with the camera off. […]

David Thomson

2nd March, 2022

Art as Critical Lens on AI Read more

AI-based tools have been steadily gaining popularity amongst artists in recent years, with image generation models like DeepDream, GAN and CLIP enabling the development of new aesthetics. Meanwhile, recognition-based technologies and their ability to identify faces, objects and emotions present artists with the opportunity to explore the latest tools, finding their limitations and discovering new […]

Luba Elliott, Curator & Honorary Senior Research Fellow, UCL Centre for Artificial Intelligence

6th January, 2022

Can data technology support creativity? Read more

Notes for a Future self by Oded Ben-Tal utilising deep learning music models as composition tools Machine learning has periodically grabbed headlines in recent years by seemingly allowing computers to perform tasks previously deemed the sole preserve of humans. But do the techniques applied and the research they rest on justify the headlines? Equally, Big […]

Dr Oded Ben-Tal, Kingston University

29th November, 2021

Studio KT1: a new business model to increase students’ working experience Read more

It’s November 2019, and we launch Studio KT1: a new business model for Kingston University allowing clients to engage with students and pay them for working on creative briefs. The model was taken straight from industry – as many creative agencies work, encouraging cross-collaboration across teams and disciplines. The students get paid and get valuable […]

Claire Selby, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University

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