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University of Nottingham
27 Nov 2023
Academics from the University of Nottingham have received funding to research how to ensure Artificial Intelligence (AI) is safe to use, in a new project alongside the Universities of Oxford and Warwick.
The UKRI funded Responsible AI UK (RAI UK) has announced its first round of Impact Acceleration projects, investing £1.8M to ensure AI is safe, and that it will be responsible to the needs of society, addressing topics such as Generative AI in teaching and learning.
Dr Alan Chamberlain, in the School of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham, said: “Starting to examine how people understand and apply responsible AI in their work is important. It will help us to approach the design of responsible systems together. Involving the public is fundamental, its vitally important to enable people to participate and have input into research.