ADAPT curated an exciting programme of events for START: European Researchers’ Night held at Trinity College Dublin on 30 September 2022.
European Researchers’ Night takes place on the last Friday in September each year. The event brings research alive through activities which combine education with entertainment, such as exhibitions, hands-on experiments, science shows, games, competitions, quizzes and more.
Highlights from ADAPT’s programme of events at START: Start Talking About Research Today which saw Trinity College Dublin come alive with activities for all ages and all interests:
The Think-In took a deep dive into facial recognition, and the potential impact increased use of “real-time” tracking using facial recognition and CCTV might have on society. The Think-In ran simultaneously in Malta with our partners: the University of Malta and Science in the City
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Aisling Murray was be joined by Celine Fox from the Neureka project (TCD), Marcus Collier from the NovelEco Citizen Science project (TCD), and Adam Stoneman from the SPICE Citizen Curation project at IMMA.
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