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AI ethics are ignoring children, say Oxford researchers

Artificial Intelligence
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Policy
Technology
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AI-generated food images look tastier than real ones

Artificial Intelligence
Medical Sciences
Research
Science
Dr Linda Eggert named AI2050 Early Career Fellows by Schmidt Sciences

Dr Linda Eggert named AI2050 Early Career Fellow by Schmidt Sciences

Artificial Intelligence
Humanities
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Three more Oxford academics selected to be Alan Turing Institute Fellows

Artificial Intelligence
Awards
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Experts call for responsible use of generative AI in adult social care

Experts call for responsible use of generative AI in adult social care

Artificial Intelligence
Humanities
Professor Geoffrey Hinton delivered the Romanes Lecture

Romanes Lecture: ‘Godfather of AI’ speaks about the risks of artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence
Technology
University
Abstract image showing a 3D cube with the word ‘AI’ against a background of computer code and computer chip designs.

New Oxford research hub to propel transformative AI innovations

Artificial Intelligence
Funding
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
An artistic concept of quantum computing showing spherically-arranged rows of binary 0 and 1 numbers with pulsating ripples across the surface.

New study uses machine learning to bridge the reality gap in quantum devices

Artificial Intelligence
Innovation
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Study shows that the way the brain learns is different from the way that artificial intelligence systems learn

Study shows that the way the brain learns is different from the way that artificial intelligence systems learn

Artificial Intelligence
Medical Sciences
Neuroscience
Research
Science
A satellite in orbit over the earth. The satellite has a cylindrical body with two arms made of solar panels.

AI that automatically detects methane plumes from space could be a powerful tool in combating climate change.

Artificial Intelligence
Climate change
Innovation
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science

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