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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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Smith, Matthew (2017) Hyperactive around the world? The history of ADHD in global perspective. Social History of Medicine, 30 (4). 767–787. ISSN 0951-631X

Lux, Erin J. (2016) Robert Peckham (ed.), Disease and Crime : A History of Social Pathologies and the New Politics of Health. [Review]

McIvor, Arthur (2012) Germs at work : establishing tuberculosis as an occupational disease in Britain, c1900-1951. Social History of Medicine, 25 (4). pp. 812-829. ISSN 0951-631X

Johnson, Ryan (2011) Crossing colonial historiographies : histories of colonial and indigenous medicines in transnational perspective. [Review]

Smith, Matthew (2011) Mixing with medics. Social History of Medicine, 24 (1). pp. 142-150. ISSN 0951-631X

Perchard, Andrew (2011) Catherine Mills, Regulating health and safety in the British mining industries, 1800–1914. [Review]

Pattinson, Juliette (2011) Churchill's Children : the evacuee experience in wartime Britain. [Review]

Harris, Bernard and Gorsky, Martin and Guntupalli, Aravinda and Hinde, Andrew (2011) Ageing, sickness and health in England and Wales during the mortality transition. Social History of Medicine, 24 (3). pp. 643-665. ISSN 0951-631X

Johnson, R. (2010) Colonial mission and imperial tropical medicine : Livingstone College, London, 1893-1914. Social History of Medicine, 23 (3). pp. 549-566. ISSN 0951-631X

Johnson, R. (2010) Book Review: Biomedicine as a Contested Site: Some Revelations in Imperial Contexts by Poonam Bala, ed (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2009). [Review]

Smith, Matthew (2008) Psychiatry limited : hyperactivity and the evolution of American psychiatry, 1957-1980. Social History of Medicine, 21 (3). pp. 541-559. ISSN 0951-631X

Ford, Mary (2008) Review of “Fundamentals of the stem cell debate: the scientific, religious, ethical and political issues”. [Review]

Johnston, Ronnie and McIvor, Arthur (2008) Marginalising the body at work? Employers' occupational health strategies and occupational medicine in Scotland c. 1930-1974. Social History of Medicine, 21 (1). pp. 127-144. ISSN 0951-631X

Harris, Bernard (2004) Public health, nutrition and the decline of mortality : the McKeown thesis revisited. Social History of Medicine, 17 (3). pp. 379-407. ISSN 0951-631X

Harris, Bernard (1999) Morbidity and mortality during the health transition : a comment on James C. Riley, ‘Why sickness and death rates do not move parallel to one another over time’. Social History of Medicine, 12 (1). pp. 125-131. ISSN 0951-631X

Harris, Bernard (1994) Health, height and history : an overview of recent developments in anthropometric history. Social History of Medicine, 7 (2). pp. 297-320. ISSN 0951-631X

Harris, Bernard (1993) The demographic impact of the First World War : an anthropometric perspective. Social History of Medicine, 6 (3). pp. 343-366. ISSN 0951-631X

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