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ADM+S joins new Responsible AI UK network

Author  Loren Dela Cruz
Date 23 June 2023

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) is a founding member of the recently announced Responsible AI UK network — a global consortium that aims to develop a research and innovation ecosystem for responsible and trustworthy artificial intelligence (AI).

Funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Responsible AI UK is led by the University of Southampton and brings together leading research centres and institutions around the world to explore how responsible AI can be developed and used, while considering its broader impact on wider society.

ADM+S Associate Director Professor Jean Burgess said, “We are delighted to be part of this much-needed initiative. We look forward to connecting  with the broader Responsible AI UK network and sharing relevant outcomes from the ADM+S Centre’s research into responsible, inclusive and ethical automated decision-making and AI”.

The consortium will conduct multidisciplinary research to inform policy and regulation, build collaborations with academia, business and government, and develop best practices for how to design, evaluate, regulate, and operate AI-systems in ways that benefit people and society.

“By supporting research to develop AI that is useful, trustworthy and trusted, we are laying solid foundations on which we can build new industries, products and services across a wide range of fields,” said Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser, Chief Executive Officer of UKRI.

Learn more about Responsible AI UK by visiting their website: www.rai.ac.uk