Three Turing AI Fellowships

The Turing AI Fellowships initiative was created in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute. It is part of a skills and talent package set out by the UK Government aimed at attracting and maintaining the best talent in artificial intelligence.

The objectives of the Turing AI Fellowship initiative are to:

  • Support a diverse AI research community by developing capability and capacity thereby creating a sustainable AI research and innovation ecosystem.
  • Enable new models of collaboration across sectors in AI, encouraging engagement between industry and academia through flexible career paths that encourage inter-sector mobility.
  • Integrate the consideration of AI adoption into AI research activities, and embed Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in AI alongside consideration of how AI can be designed to be safe, ethical and usable.

Three of our researchers are Turing Fellows:

Alan Brown
Alan’s research is focused on agile approaches to business transformation, and the relationship between technology innovation and business innovation in today’s rapidly evolving digital economy.

David Lopez
David’s applied research is focused on the ethics of AI and its application to improve business processes and support fast strategic decision making. David has contributed to the Turing Institute’s project on Behavioural data science (opens new window).

David Plans
David’s research interests include computational psychiatry models of stress and emotional resilience, and telemetric approaches to digital therapeutics for mental health.

Find out more on the Alan Turing Institute website (opens new tab)