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Web Science Institute


WSI Executive Director, Professor Dame Wendy Hall, recently led the UK Government’s recent Artificial Intelligence review, which now underpins strategic interventions to support skills development and economic growth in this area. The Centre for Machine Intelligence is developing a
coherent approach to research and technology transfer in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and autonomous systems, bringing together researchers to work with policy makers and experts from social sciences and law to ensure that the development of machine intelligence benefits all.

Social Computing

Thanks to substantial amounts of successful collaborative problem solving activity on the Web, the terms 'social computation' and 'crowd computation' have become popular within computer science and beyond.

Centre for Machine Intelligence

The Centre for Machine Intelligence was initiated by the department of Electronics and Computer Science and is a centre of expertise for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Autonomous Systems.

AI Review

An independent review, carried out by Professor Dame Wendy Hall and Jérôme Pesenti reports on how the Artificial Intelligence industry can be grown in the UK.

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