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The University of Oxford have launched a campaign dedicated to Oxford AI research to highlight the breadth of Oxford’s research and innovation.

A screenshot from the Discover Oxford AI website

The campaign will run from October through to January 2019 covering topics from making healthcare smarter with AI to 'smart' hand pumps help secure safe drinking water for people around the world.

AI truly spans the disciplines, requiring the expertise of academics across all four of the University's divisions.  Advances in science and engineering are underpinned by critical debates on ethics, governance and privacy and by an array of creative applications and imaginative public engagement. 

Take a look at the dedicated microsite here

 


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