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Applying data-driven methods to medicine AI4Health VisionOur vision is to establish a world leading centre for PhD training of next-generation innovators in Artificial Intelligence (AI) applied to Healthcare. We take the view that AI is ultimately a question about how to realise artificial systems that solve problems presently requiring human intelligence to solve (e.g. problems solved […]
Experimental quantum science is set to become a commercial reality through planned joint government and industry investment of over £350 million, taking projects from research stage to product testing. New quantum technologies have the potential to revolutionise a range of industries – from cyber security to defence and healthcare.
He looks a bit 1968 — beard, leather waistcoat, jeans — and his job title is downright hippie-psychedelic. Paul Collier is head of beams. I meet him in a tunnel 300ft below Switzerland, or maybe France. Down here, it’s hard to tell. We are inside the biggest machine in the world, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), a 17-mile ring beneath the villages and farmland on the Franco-Swiss border.