As the initial hype around AI begins to die down and people everywhere start to engage meaningfully with the technology, questions are beginning to be asked about what the latest generations of AI are good for. For most, they seem to be succeeding simple search algorithms as a way to find and now summarise existing content automate mundane tasks, freeing humans to make decisions and perform more involved tasks.

We are delighted to welcome an exhibition of lino print illustration art by MA Illustration student Mark Howard Jones. Mark specialises in relief printmaking and painting. He shares that his “work combines the process of making with capturing the social and cultural memories associated with walking, drawing inspiration from the vibrant tapestry of his local Hampshire environment.

Southsea Sangha, a vibrant community dedicated to Buddhist Meditation and Community Practice, is thrilled to announce its 10 year anniversary celebration. If you need a chance to chill and have an interest in meditation or are curious about meditation practices, reserve your spot and join the birthday celebrations from 6-9 pm on 2 June at Offbeet Café, Albert Road.

The University Library recently donated a large collection of our older books to a new University in Nigeria, the Cosmopolitan University in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. This new North African university’s Vice-Chancellor is Prof. Carl Adams, former professor of …

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Working with Waltham Forest Council and their educational property and services partner Northchild Group, the University is excited to extend our offering of degree apprenticeships and flexible study options into the heart of the big City, bringing higher education to Walthamstow.

We’ll still be offering the same high level of library support service to all our clients through our online chat service and by email, and if anyone fancies a jaunt to the seaside, all our London students will be able to visit the University Library and enjoy our facilities in person.