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Nomensa Christmas playlist

Published
4th December 2014
by 
Lauren Lennard
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Nomensa Christmas playlist

The Christmas tree is up at Nomensa Towers and we're starting to feel a little Christmassy! To celebrate, we've put together our favourite Christmas songs that make us feel all jolly!

Reading, writing, arithmetic, coding?

Published
2nd September 2014
by 
Peter Kennaugh
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Reading, writing, arithmetic, coding?

Following the implementation of a raft of changes to the national curriculum, children starting primary school from today will be taught how to write computer code.

Reading re-imagined

Published
28th August 2014
by 
Mike Harris
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Reading re-imagined

The future of speed-reading; removing the annoying necessity of moving your eyes and using anchoring on central letters, this can enable reading at 1000 words a minute. This may be how most text information is delivered in the future – potentially on wearable devices.

Nomensa summer playlist

Published
19th June 2014
by 
Lauren Lennard
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Nomensa summer playlist

The sun is shining and so the Nomensa crew have compiled their favourite summer tunes to listen to over the coming months. Grab a cider and enjoy!

Eugene passes the Turing Test

Published
10th June 2014
by 
Martha Aldridge
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Eugene passes the Turing Test

A chat-bot called Eugene has managed to fool 33% of the test participants that it was a 13-year-old non-native-English-speaking Ukranian boy, thereby officially passing the Turing Test more than 60 years after its conception.

Just what the world needs. Another smart phone!

Published
13th May 2014
by 
Andrew Grimes
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Just what the world needs. Another smart phone!

Following on from the success of their Hudl tablet, Tesco have announced that they are launching an android phone by end of year. It's a bold move into a highly competitive and almost completely saturated market.