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Join this Turing @ King’s event to meet the new Turing Fellows from King’s, explore opportunities offered by The Alan Turing Institute, and connect with researchers across King’s who have taken these up. There will be opportunities to ask questions and to network, with drinks and nibbles provided. The event is suitable for researchers at King’s working in Data Science and AI across any discipline and at any career stage. The event runs 2 – 5pm, with optional networking until 6pm.

The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national centre for Data Science and AI. King’s College London is proud to be a member of the Turing University Network, supporting the Institute to achieve its ambitious goals, and is delighted that three King’s researchers are amongst the 51 new Turing Fellows appointed in March 2024. The Turing offers a range of opportunities to researchers working in the areas of Data Science and AI, including fellowships, funding opportunities, research collaborations and more.

At this event

Elizabeth Black

Reader in Artificial Intelligence

Yali Du

Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence

Helen Yannakoudakis

Lecturer in Natural Language Processing

Yulan He

Professor in Natural Language Processing

Catherine Healy

External Partnerships Manager – Turing

Nicolas S Holliman

Director of CUSP London

Event details

Anatomy Museum
Anatomy Museum, Strand Campus, King's College London, WC2R 2LS