How do we know the origins and accuracy of information?
How do we know visual representations are understood universally?
We are investigating the use of 3D Digital Twins to engage and inform everyone about their urban environment and how it changes.
A visual book tracker following changes over space and time in historic books. The provenance of information and guarantees of its quality are increasingly hard to track with the rise of AI text generation.
Inherently multidisciplinary research has led CUSP London to become involved in a diverse range of projects during the last few years. Not surprisingly a number of these projects related to COVID-19 and its impact around the world, as academics from all disciplines worked to contribute to understanding and resisting the pandemic.
Looking to the future there is a pressing need for cognitive technologies that work with people to help find ways to address the most difficult challenges we have faced in many people’s lifetimes.
COVID 19 in London in 2022, an example of bivariate glyphs representing both case rates and whether cases are increasing or decreasing
Evolution of responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. tracked via Twitter three phases were observed, refusal, anger, acceptance. Aiello, Quercia et al, H&SMC (8), 2021.