Adarga to support next-gen AI work at Oxford University hub


29 Feb 2024
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Adarga to support next-gen AI work at Oxford University hub

Adarga has been selected to support a new AI research hub in its cutting-edge work to develop the next generation of technology in the sector.

The hub, which will be based at the University of Oxford’s Department of Computer Science, has received a share of £80 million of funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (part of UK Research and Innovation) and will focus on the mathematics and computational research that is foundational to AI, and which could improve efficiencies in AI.

It will pay particular attention to seeking breakthroughs via theoretical tools from currently underexplored mathematical fields.

As a British AI leader specialising in computational linguistics, machine learning and knowledge graph technology, Adarga was selected to join the hub to continue to push the boundaries of AI, both at the applied level and foundational mathematical and algorithmic level.

The hub’s research programme will bring together almost 40 researchers from the University of Oxford and will also draw on expertise from across academia in the UK and a range of industry partners, enabling the research team to test promising models in applied settings, and achieve early impact. In addition to Adarga these include BenevolentAI, QinetiQ, Siemens Medical, and Thales UK.  

To learn more about the hub and its work click here.

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