AI and data science
Oxford is at the frontier of the AI revolution, with world leading research not only into the mechanisms of AI, but also the applications and implications of AI. MPLS Division is leading on a major new programme in this area, the Oxford-Singapore Human-Machine Collaboration Programme.
It is well understood that AI is rapidly changing the world, with profound implications for how we live and work. Oxford is at the frontier of this revolution, with world leading research not only into the mechanisms of AI, but the applications and implications of AI also. AI infiltrates all corners of research at Oxford; computer scientists are creating the fundamental techniques, our engineers are using AI to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles and to improve the sensitivity and accuracy of medical imaging, whilst our philosophers examine the ethical and social repercussions of AI’s integration into everyday life, such as understanding how automation will impact the future of work.
Human-Machine Collaboration is a major programme in this area, with funding from Amazon Web Services.
For more general information on AI at Oxford, see the University of Oxford's Artificial Intelligence site.