UKRI welcomes government’s national AI strategy

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UK Research and Innovation has welcomed the government’s first national artificial intelligence strategy.

The strategy, published yesterday, seeks to strengthen the UK’s position as a global science superpower and seize the potential of modern technology to improve people’s lives and solve global challenges, such as climate change and public health.

AI is already transforming our world and is helping us meet challenges in fields such as:

  • health
  • energy
  • the environment.

Whilst the use of AI across different sectors and applications has grown in recent years, the potential of AI technologies is far from being realised. Increasing the UK’s AI research and innovation capabilities will be key to unlocking the benefits that these technologies can drive across society.

Read the strategy on GOV.UK

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