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The Alan Turing Institute


AI UK is the UK’s national showcase of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science research and collaboration. Hosted by The Alan Turing Institute, AI UK 2022 explored how AI and data science could be used to solve real-world challenges. Our unique and diverse programme was thematically structured around the UK's National AI Strategy, with a broad range of interactive content including digital twins, algorithmic bias and AI ethics. AI UK 2022, was a virtual event broadcast from London, which provided world-class insights from academia, industry and the public sector across four stages.

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Catch up on sessions from AI UK 2022

Over 40 sessions from our main stages are now available to view on our YouTube channel. Watch over 200 world-leading figures such as Jeanette Winterson and Patrick Vallance (both below) discuss their vision for AI and data science in the future, and how it can help us overcome some of the challenges society faces today.



The stages

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The conversation

Engage with the big questions in AI through inspiring interviews, thought-provoking debates and exciting new ideas. Watch on-demand content from The conversation stage here.

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Public policy

With a focus on responsibility, positivity and hope, this stage will connect leading experts and policy makers, as we discuss the importance of developing ethical foundations for the use of data science and AI in policy-making. Watch on-demand content from the Public policy stage here.






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In the lab

Explore cutting edge research from universities and institutions around the UK. Watch on-demand content from the In the lab stage here.

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Climate action

Discover how data science and AI is pushing the boundaries of what's possible as we delve into climate change and adaptions for a net zero world. Watch on-demand content from the Climate action​​​​​​​ stage here.

So much vibrant hope. It is an absolutely great event that I believe everyone will be looking up to.

It was interesting to look beyond my own realm of research and consider wider AI implications for the UK. Brilliant speakers and thought-provoking conversations.

AI UK was really eye-opening to witness the breadth and depth of AI research going on in the UK, not only in terms of technical achievements but also those in the application of ethics, fairness, and transparency to AI.

In this event, ethical and safe development of AI is front and central. This wasn’t so much about blind excitement about AI, but a cautious, proactive approach about moving forward.

Speaker highlights from AI UK 2022

Jeni Tennison

Co-chair of the Data Governance Working Group, Global Partnership for AI

Al Brown

Visiting Fellow, Oxford University Changing Character of War Centre

Alison Gillwald

Executive Director, Research ICT Africa and Adjunct Professor, University of Capetown

Andy Jones

Government Operational Research Analyst, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

Ava Green

Associate Director for Autism, Bradford District Care Trust

Dr Ben Glocker

Reader in Machine Learning for Imaging, Imperial College London and Head of ML Research, Kheiron Medical Technologies

Dr Chris Dent

Professor of Industrial Mathematics, University of Edinburgh and Turing Fellow

Chris Philp

Minister for Technology and the Digital Economy, Company, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Claudia Juech

Vice President of Data and Society, Patrick J. McGovern Foundation

Dr Cynthia Dwork

Honorary Fellow and Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science, John Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University

Damian Collins

Chair of the Online Safety Bill Committee and Member of Parliament for Folkestone and Hythe

Professor Damien Coyle

Turing AI Acceleration Fellow, and Professor of Neurotechnology and Director, Intelligent Systems Research Centre, Ulster University

Dewey Murdick

Director of the Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET), Georgetown University

Emma Bland

Associate Professor of Practice, Environment, Health and Wellbeing, University of Exeter

Dr Gemma Burgess

Director, Cambridge Centre for Housing & Planning Research, University of Cambridge

Jeanette Kusel

Acting Interim Director for Medtech and Digital, National Institute for Care and Excellence (NICE)

Jon Roberts

Deputy Director and Chief Data Scientist, Ministry of Justice

Professor Judy Wajcman

Professor of Sociology, The London School of Economics and Political Science and The Alan Turing Institute Fellow

Professor Leigh Tesfatsion

Research Professor and Professor Emerita of Economics, Courtesy Research Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Iowa State University

Matt Fry

Environmental Informatics Manager, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology

Penny Clarke

PhD Researcher, University of Edinburgh, British Antarctic Survey

Queen Adiat

AI and Data Science, Keele University and AI and Data Science Ambassador

Sam Young

Practice Manager for Data Science & AI, Energy Systems Catapult

Shmyla Khan

Director for Research and Policy, Digital Rights Foundation

Stephanie Ifayemi

Head of Digital Standards Policy, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Steph Wright

Head of Scottish AI Alliance Support Circle, Scottish AI Alliance

Sundeep Bhandari

Strategy Manager (Digital Sector & Technologies), National Physical Laboratory

Professor Yulan He

Turing AI Acceleration Fellow, and Professor and Deputy Head of Research within the Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick

Professor Zoe Kourtzi

Professor of Cognitive Computational Neuroscience, University of Cambridge and Turing University Lead, Cambridge