23rd March 2017

World-leading experts in data science appointed to support The Alan Turing Institute

The Alan Turing Institute has announced the membership of its Scientific Advisory Board, an independent group which will provide strategic advice to the Turing’s Board of Trustees and leadership team on its research programme. Made up of a group of experts in academia, industry and government drawn from organisations around the world, the members bring… Read more

20th March 2017

Data Centric Engineering at The Royal Statistical Society Conference 2017

We are delighted to announce that the Lloyds’ Register Foundation – Alan Turing Institute programme in Data-Centric Engineering will be presented at the Royal Statistical Society Conference 2017. The conference will be held from 4-7 of September 2017 at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, bringing together a wide community of statisticians and data scientists… Read more

16th March 2017

Turing researcher recruited as chief scientist at Uber

Warm congratulations to Zoubin Ghahramani on his recent appointment as chief scientist at Uber. Regarded highly worldwide as an artificial intelligence and machine learning expert and global leader in probabilistic modelling and machine learning, Zoubin has been instrumental in setting up The Alan Turing Institute in his role as University Liaison Director for Cambridge over the past… Read more

13th March 2017

Changes to Institute leadership

The Institute announces that after successfully steering the Institute through its start-up phase, Andrew Blake will step down as Institute Director on 31 March to focus on developing data science research. Andrew will take up the post of Research Director at the Institute. The Institute’s Chief Executive, Alan Wilson, will take on the responsibilities of… Read more

9th March 2017

A new team of researchers driving Data-Centric Engineering

Earlier this year we were delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Mark Girolami to lead The Alan Turing Institute and Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s £10 million programme in data-centric engineering. The programme sets out to apply data-driven techniques to major engineering challenges, generating new research and working with industry to apply this research to real-world… Read more