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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.
Funding announced today will support the development of the latest technology for electric car batteries. Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced £23 million of funding, allocated through the Faraday Battery Challenge, that will support the innovative work of UK companies.
Our ambitious delivery plans outline how UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will work with its partners to ensure that world-leading research and innovation continues to flourish in the UK. The 2019-20 Delivery Plans highlight the areas of focus and key activities of UKRI’s nine constituent councils and its cross-cutting themes.
UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) chief executive has been appointed to the newly formed UK Artificial Intelligence (AI) Council. He will join experts from industry, academia and data rights to help boost the growth of AI in the UK, promote its adoption and ethical use in businesses and organisations across the country.
A new round of funding led by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is investing £25 million into understanding and influencing the social, economic and environmental factors that affect our health. The funding – the first round under the UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP) – has been earmarked for eight projects tackling the bigger picture factors behind the prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) - illnesses that can’t be passed from person to person - such as heart disease, obesity, poor mental health, cancer and diabetes.