As announced last year, The Alan Turing Institute has received significant new funding from the UKRI Strategic Priorities Fund for a research programme in AI for Science, Engineering, Health, and Government. A key theme of this will include a cross-cutting effort to develop tools, practices, and systems to support all areas of the programme and, more broadly, to wider research in applied data science and AI. A user-centred approach will be taken when creating these tools to ensure they are of practical use to researchers with a clear potential user-community among the Institute’s challenge domains.

About the event

This scoping workshop will bring together data science and AI researchers to collaboratively propose and define short, practical projects that will be supported under this theme. Following the workshop, attendees will develop these into more concrete project outlines which will then considered by the management board for the programme.

Applications should be made by 9am Monday 18 February. We expect the workshop to be oversubscribed and unfortunately, won’t have space to accommodate everyone. Potential projects will be circulated following the event, so those unable to attend can participate afterwards.

If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact [email protected]



University of Cambridge

Cambridge, UK

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