This blogpost was initially published on the RAND Europe website.
The University of Birmingham has been awarded £1.2 million by the Office for Students (OfS) to fund up to 120 master’s scholarships.
The University of Birmingham is one of 36 universities to join a new network launched by the Alan Turing Institute.
A new guide has been launched to help Councils and social care providers avoid pitfalls when introducing new and emerging technology into adult social care.
University of Birmingham embarks on collaboration with industry to transform five on-campus properties into unique zero-carbon, fully functional houses.
A new trial found that an AI app-based reader for lateral flow devices reduced false Covid negatives in assisted test sites.
Why worshipping at the shrine of digital innovation is misguided and dangerous.
Changing societal values raise important questions about how we design predictive algorithms.
Research by Professor Sylvie Delacroix is revealing the effects of social media algorithms may be damaging our individual ‘intuitive intelligence’.
On 20 October, the Institute for Interdisciplinary Data Science and AI welcomed Dr Saman Razvani, an Institute for Advanced Study Vanguard Fellow, to speak about his work on modelling and machine learning in hydrology.
A new project has been launched in partnership with the University of Birmingham aiming to address racial and ethical health inequalities using artificial intelligence.
Writing for the Ada Lovelace Institute, Professor Sylvie Delacroix, University of Birmingham Turing Fellow, explains why Lady Lovelace's 'originality insight' matters for today's 'learning machines'.
The University of Birmingham has welcomed 38 new Turing Fellows, appointed by the Alan Turing Institute as part of its 2021/22 cohort.
New methods of detecting ultra-low frequency gravitational waves can be combined with other, less sensitive measurements to deliver fresh insights into the early development of our universe.
A new SPIE Optics and Photonics Champion Academy has been launched at the University of Birmingham, thanks to a $400,000 gift from the SPIE Endowment Matching Program, matched 100% by the University.