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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.

This richness of interdisciplinary research activity, which includes a very strong STEM centre of critical mass with exceptional links to other disciplines, combined with a diverse and talented community of researchers, puts us in a unique position in the UK artificial intelligence landscape and places us well to contribute to the UK’s national priorities in this area.

Professor Michael Luck, 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.

Examples of major artificial intelligence research initiatives at King’s

ARIA Study

ARIA study

ARtificially Intelligent image fusion system in comparison to standard treatment to guide…



CogStack is an application framework that allows you to extract information from unstructured data…

Features and stories highlighting the impact of artificial intelligence research at King's