It’s not every day you come face-to-face with a triceratops and a T Rex but shoppers heading into Northampton town centre will get up close and personal with the giant beasts as part of a free family fun day. A collection of dinosaurs will appear throughout Market Square, Abington Street, and other parts of the town centre on Saturday, July 24, as Northampton will be transported back to the Jurassic era, with a host of activities lined up for young adventurers. Characters including Ritchie the Raptor, Zeus the T Rex and Tank the Triceratops will entertain the crowds on July … Continue reading The Dinosaurs of Northampton
The UK government recently announced that it will spend up to £23 million to create up to 2,000 artificial intelligence (A.I.) scholarships across England. This will help those with non-STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) degrees get into master’s programmes. … Continue reading UK’s Artificial Intelligence Ten Year Strategy
Until recently, it was considered that if we desired something, it was because we enjoyed it. But science is now calling that theory into doubt – and opening the road to a viable addiction solution. In 1970, a crude and … Continue reading Pleasure Principle – Not Everything We Want We Like
On December 21, 2021 a group of researchers saw a nuclear fusion reaction take place that generated a record-breaking 59 megajoules of energy in just a mere five seconds through using sustained fusion energy. Scientists at the UK-based JET laboratory have achieved … Continue reading Nuclear Fusion – Almost Unlimited Power for 5 seconds recorded
He’s a man you may never have heard of but without him we would not have video or images on the internet, video conferencing, streaming sites, in fact the plethora of modern multimedia and entertainment platforms or filming studios would … Continue reading Nasir Ahmed: The Man Who Made Digital Video
Jim Al-Khalili de-myths any dystopian science fiction view of a ‘war between AI and humanity’ as he explores it’s origins in the mid-1950s with the first ever AI programme created by Herbert Simon and Alan Newell (who went on to … Continue reading The Joy of A.I.