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Exhibition and Festival

Running from 2 May to 30 June, Bringing the Human to the Artificial showcases cutting-edge research from across the university exploring the effects of artificial intelligence (AI) on different aspects of our lives.
The King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence is a five-day series of free, public events between 24 and 28 May dedicated to exploring the latest developments in AI and their societal impact.


The King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence brings together the diverse and growing community in artificial intelligence (AI) at King’s College London.

The very significant activity in AI across King's reflects fundamental technical developments as well as the wider implications of AI in society, its impact on business and industry, the relevance of legislation and regulation and emerging issues that need to be addressed. A holistic perspective on AI must draw on social science, law, and philosophy, and involve experts from diverse application domains.

The King's Institute for Artificial Intelligence has the dual mission:

  • to support and promote the breadth of AI activity across King’s, in both research and education, inviting students and academics to contribute to scientific and technological developments as well as to legal, societal and ethical studies; and

  • to engage with policymakers and the general public and provide a transparent scientific analysis of developments that affect our lives, now and in the future.

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Annual Report

It is an exciting time for artificial intelligence at King's. Our 2021–22 annual report allows us to reflect on the early achievements of the Institute, to outline progress against our objectives, and to celebrate and showcase AI at King’s.

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