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It is a very exciting time for artificial intelligence at King’s. The inherent and distinctive interdisciplinarity of King’s brings a unique perspective to AI and its wider societal implications. There is significant activity in AI taking place across King’s faculties and departments.

We are uniquely positioned to shape a future where innovation and ethical AI practices converge. Our diverse, collaborative and talented researchers not only develop the technology but also implement, deploy and reflect upon this transformative technology.

Professor Carmine Ventre, Director of King's Institute for Artificial Intelligence

One of the aims of the King's Institute for AI is to surface the extent of the relevant work at King's and make visible those undertaking it. If you know of artificial intelligence research that is happening at King's and isn't listed here, please get in touch with us.

Research projects

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Creative AI Lab

The Creative AI Lab explores artistic and curatorial practices and surfaces in which ways these practices approach AI.

Project status: Ongoing

Human Robot Interaction and Artificial Intelligence

Principal investigators: Paul Luff, Sylvaine Tuncer, Christian Heath, Menisha Patel.

Recently there has been a great interest in developing robots and artificially intelligent systems that interact with humans in more natural ways.

Project status: Ongoing

Responsible AI UK

Principal investigators: Kate Devlin.

A multidisciplinary network of researchers, industry, policy makers, and organisations, working to ensure AI development is carried out with due responsibility.

Project status: Ongoing