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King's researchers comment on the outcomes of the UK AI Safety Summit

Members of the King’s Institute for AI community share thoughts on the AI Safety Summit outcomes

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Turing Enrichment Scheme for PhD Researchers

Applications are now open. Hear from current and previous award holders from King’s College London

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Expectations for the AI Safety Summit

What do members of the King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence community expect from the upcoming summit?

A person with their hands on a laptop keyboard is looking at something happening over their screen with a worried expression. They are white, have shoulder length dark hair and wear a green t-shirt. The overall image is illustrated in a warm, sketchy, cartoon style.  Floating in front of the person are three small green illustrations representing different industries. On the left is a hospital building, in the middle is a bus, and on the right is a siren with small lines coming off it to indicate that it is flashing or making noise. Between the person and the images representing industries is a small character representing artificial intelligence made of lines and circles in green and red (like nodes and edges on a graph) who is standing with its ‘arms’ and ‘legs’ stretched out, and two antenna sticking up. A similar pattern of nodes and edges is on the laptop screen in front of the person, as though the character has jumped out of their screen.

King's set to launch new master's course on Applied Bioinformatics

The Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine will be launching the new postgraduate MSc course for 2024 entry, aiming to provide the skills to analyse, interpret...

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King's roboticists win big at major European robotics competition

A team from the Department of Informatics won ‘Best Team’ at the European Robotics League’s Milton Keynes Smart City competition and appeared on BBC's One Show


New software detects money laundering faster than ever before

The tool can isolate suspicious and potential criminal behaviour three times more effectively than conventional methods.


King's scientists awarded two research grants to make quantum computing more reliable

The projects aim to improve our ability to test these technologies as well as supporting software developers to use them.

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'Inspirational, informative and thought-provoking': King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence

King’s opened its doors to the public to explore the latest AI developments at this five-day festival.

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England's computing curriculum could be 'missing the mark' to engage girls

A reform of England’s national computing curriculum could encourage more young people – especially girls – to participate in the subject and aspire to a...

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Room is Sad at London Design Biennale

Read more about this immersive experience inviting visitors to explore the relationship between identity, autonomy and privacy today.    

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Exhibition launch: 'The debate on AI will continue and intensify'

A new exhibition from King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence is showcasing the potential for new and emerging applications for AI, as well as providing...

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King's College London to hold a Festival of Artificial Intelligence, 24 – 28 May 2023

Explore the latest developments in artificial intelligence at this five-day festival at King's College London.

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New season at Science Gallery London explores the ethics of AI

King’s flagship public gallery Science Gallery London announces ‘AI: Who’s Looking After Me?’, a new major exhibition and public events programme exploring...

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Diverse community of researchers celebrated at annual Women in Informatics Conference

Researchers presented their work on subjects from data security of migrant workers to evaluating spatial abilities in mathematics and the arts.

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Five King's scientists win prestigious New Investigator Awards

The academics awarded over £2 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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