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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) together represent a research frontier with a wide variety of discipline specific applications. At Strathclyde researchers in Computer & Information Sciences are exploring improved AI planning models to enable improved decision making by automous agents. Meanwhile, research conducted by the Aerospace Centre of Excellence is using AI and computational techniques to optimize the efficacy of certain astronautic applications. This includes 'global trajectory optimization' to aircraft and spacecraft design, from the planning and scheduling for autonomous vehicles to the synthesis of robust controllers for airplanes or satellites.

AI is also transforming the research agenda within Finance, where researchers are exploring the potential of AI and machine learning in evaluating banking risks and in new, emerging aspects of FinTech.

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2019

Duncan, Sallyanne; Healey, Jo, ed. (2019) The ethics. In: Trauma Reporting. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 186-198. ISBN 9781138482098

2017

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2017) Reporting Bad News : Negotiating the Boundaries between Intrusion and Fair Representation. Peter Lang AG, New York. ISBN 978-1-4331-2563-8

2014

Walker, Claire and Davidson, Fiona and Duncan, Sallyanne (2014) Responsible Reporting on Mental Health, Mental Illness and Death by Suicide. [Report]

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie; (2014) Emotion and trauma in reporting disaster and tragedy. In: The Future of Humanitarian Reporting. City University London, London, pp. 69-74.

2013

Rogerson, Robert and Sadler, Sue and Karagiannidou, Eleni and Duncan, Sallyanne and Ruthven, Ian and Tagg, Stephen and McDiarmid, Alisdair; Maj, Anna, ed. (2013) Anti-social e-tribes : e-gangs, cybercultures and control in online communities. In: Cyberculture Now. Critical Issues (1). Inter-Disciplinary Press, CZE, pp. 55-67. ISBN 9781848881785

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2013) A better death in a digital age : Post-Leveson indicators for more responsible reporting of the bereaved. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 10 (1). pp. 22-28. ISSN 1742-0105

2012

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2012) Journalists and the bereaved : constructing a positive approach to the teaching of death reporting. Journalism Education, 1 (2). pp. 59-67.

Newton, Jackie and Duncan, Sallyanne; Keeble, Richard Lance and Mair, John, eds. (2012) Hacking into tragedy : exploring the ethics of death reporting in the social media age. In: The Phone Hacking Scandal. Arima. ISBN 9781845495565

Duncan, Sallyanne (2012) Sadly missed : the death knock news story as a personal narrative of grief. Journalism, 13 (5). pp. 589-603. ISSN 1464-8849

2011

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2011) The death knock and the Dowler effect: could Hackgate and the use of social media transform the relationship between journalists and the bereaved? In: Institute of Communication Ethics Annual Conference, 2011-10-28 - 2011-10-28. (Unpublished)

2010

Diamond, Pauline and Duncan, Sallyanne; Broderick, Mick and Traverso, Antonio, eds. (2010) Professional and ethical issues in reporting the traumatic testimony of women asylum seekers. In: Trauma, Media, Art. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 194-210. ISBN 978-1-4438-2283-1

Duncan, Sallyanne and Newton, Jackie (2010) How do you feel? Preparing novice reporters for the death knock. Journalism Practice, 4 (4). pp. 439-453. ISSN 1751-2786

2009

Duncan, Sallyanne (2009) Digital doorstepping and the death knock : ethical issues surrounding the use of social networking sites in reporting personal tragedy. In: Future of Journalism Conference, 2009-09-10 - 2009-09-11. (Unpublished)

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