Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training – My Life in Data

The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in My Life in Data is based at the University of Nottingham and is supported by a £9.3 million investment from Research Councils UK, the University of Nottingham and over 30 industry partners. The CDT focuses on digital identity and personal data within the global digital economy, and is affiliated with the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute. Find out more about the CDT by reading our brochure Broadening horizons in the Digital Economy or by watching our short My Life in Data CDT video.

Horizon CDT News

Horizon CDT student’s Enchanted Forest opens at Hullabaloo

In September 2017, the EPSRC-funded Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) invested in a series […]

Horizon CDT reaches 40 milestone

The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training is delighted to announce that Dimtri Darzentas, of the […]

2018 Studentships: Get paid to do a PhD!

We are advertising studentships to start in September 2018. Closing date for applications is 2 […]

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Horizon CDT Blog Posts

iOS 11 Smart Invert: Telling Safari not to invert images

Here marks the first foray into non-opninion ‘blogging’ since the relaunch. iOS 11 includes ‘Smart […]

Digital Democracy: Critical Perspectives in the Age if Big Data

Some of us attended a joint conference of the ECREA (European Communications Research and Education […]

The challenge with AI: humans have biases

Recently, another attempt at creating some sort of “generalish AI” that was meant to be able […]

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