Centre for AI: Social and Digital Innovation
The Centre for AI: Social and Digital Innovation draws upon Brunel’s experts from multiple disciplines – engineering, health, business, ethics, humanities, law, computer science, sustainability, life sciences – to study how AI technologies are created and implemented to benefit communities, workplaces, households and individuals. It works with partners in academia and industry nationally and internationally.
Its research creates new knowledge about the development and implementation of AI technologies that is humane, ethical and sustainable. It is challenge-led, addressing ‘real-world’ issues and providing solutions that are theoretically sound and evidence based, enabling policy and decision makers to act.
The Centre engages with policy makers in public and industrial bodies, strategic and operational decision makers in organisations in the private and third sectors and members of the public. Centre members lead and participate contemporary deliberations through publications, policy events, seminars and educational programmes.
The members of the Centre have expertise in a wide range of sectors including: Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare, Retail, Finance, Education, Government, Construction, Transport and Logistics, and Entertainment. In addition, they aim to develop research and make innovative advances towards shaping the future of AI.
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