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The Digital Futures Institute takes on some of the most pressing problems of the current age in order to help us create better digital futures.
Through our research programmes, our educational courses and our external engagement activities, we reframe what are usually thought of as purely technical challenges - to be solved through technical fixes - as human and social challenges that require innovative ways of knowing, responding and making. Focusing on the relationship between the individual and technology (understanding ‘technology’ in the broadest sense), we help build a technological future that is more conducive to living well.
King's is at the forefront of a flagship Responsible AI project - a national multidisciplinary network of researchers, industry, policy makers, and organisations, working to ensure AI development is carried out with due responsibility.
Studying the concept of attention from a number of combined perspectives.
Interdisciplinary research centre promoting research and public engagement with digital culture.
Collaborative, critical investigation of the relationship between technology and the body.
Deciphering how legal and governance frameworks react to technological innovation.
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21 July 2023
The inaugural Institute Fellows have been selected to pursue cross-disciplinary work within the new…
21 June 2023
The exhibition ‘AI: Who’s Looking After Me?’ opened to the public with a launch event celebrating…
15 June 2023
King’s opened its doors to the public to explore the latest AI developments at this five-day…
14 June 2023
King’s have been awarded £5m in funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of a £31m…