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The Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub will spearhead work to ensure that autonomous systems such as driverless cars and robots are trustworthy by default and can ultimately benefit society and industry.
Engineers at the University of Cambridge have trained a robot to prepare, cook and plate an omelette that is flavoursome and edible.
Studies have suggested that we will need to drive over 11 billion miles to prove connected and self-driving vehicles are safer than those driven by humans. However, the issue here is that the number of miles travelled is not a meaningful metric to judge safety.
Senior Research Fellow in UWE Bristol's Machine Vision group, Mark Hansen, researches machine learning and computer vision, with a particular focus recently on agritech applications.
An Imperial-led project has introduced mixed-reality headsets on hospital COVID-19 wards to keep doctors safe as they help patients with coronavirus.