We are delighted to announce that two universities—the University of Birmingham and the University of Exeter— are set to become part of The Alan Turing Institute. They will join our network of university partners, including Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, Warwick and UCL, who were selected as founder members in 2015, and Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Queen… Read more
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As outlined in the latest UK government digital strategy, ensuring the nation is equipped with a skilled and capable workforce ready for an increasingly digital world is vital. According to the strategy, “an estimated 1.2 million new technical and digitally skilled people are needed by 2022 to satisfy future skills needs.” A critical way in… Read more
First Franco-British conference on artificial intelligence held by Turing and London French Tech Hub
Tuesday 16 January 2018 from 8:30 to 13:00 (livestream available) The Alan Turing Institute, 96 Euston Road, Kings Cross, London NW1 2DB France and the UK have both taken significant steps to take full advantage of the AI revolution, and a new conference on 16 January aims to catalyse cooperation between these two leading AI… Read more
It has been a significant year of growth and achievement for The Alan Turing Institute. In this post we share some of our favourite news and stories from 2017.
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and The Alan Turing Institute have awarded two joint fellowships which aim to build collaboration between the social sciences and data science. Professor Alison Heppenstall and Professor Ganna Pogrebna have each been granted fellowships to drive the development and application of data science in the study of two… Read more