The Turing AI Fellowships initiative was created as part of an ambitious skills and talent package set out by the UK government, aimed at attracting and maintaining the best talent in artificial intelligence.
The Turing AI Fellows are pioneering unique and exciting areas of research in the field of AI, from addressing the challenge of building a more sustainable aviation industry, to democratising safe and robust AI. These fellows have been appointed for five years, from a wide variety of disciplines.
The following updates have been made:
Professor Yulan He is now at King’s College London (moved from Warwick)
Professor Ivan Tyukin is now at King’s College London (moved from Leicester)
The page has been updated to include the new UKRI video 'How Turing AI Fellowships grow and develop the UK AI community and economy.'
Added in pre-announcement of new Turing AI Fellowships for 2022.
Announced the appointment of five internationally-recognised researchers as the first Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellows to conduct ground-breaking work on Artificial Intelligence’s (AI) biggest challenges.