UKRI CDT in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI

ART-AI exists to educate interdisciplinary professional experts to make the best, and safest, use of artificial intelligence (AI) and to explore the opportunities, challenges and constraints presented by the diverse range of contexts for AI.

The University of Bath Campus

ART-AI offers a uniquely interdisciplinary doctoral training approach, recruiting students from a range of backgrounds across computer science and artificial intelligence, engineering and technology, and humanities and social sciences.

ART-AI draws together a wide range of topics: from algorithms to ethics; robotics safety to computational and public policy; probabilistic machine learning to symbolic AI; provenance, transparency and uncertainty quantification to intelligibility and trust in heterogeneous intelligent systems; reinforcement learning to emotion in human-machine interaction; and many others.

News

Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) MX-UK Integrative Think-Tank (ITT) on Environmental Resilience

This Integrative Think Tank (ITT) event was a collaboration between the ART-AI CDT, the SAMBa CDT, social policy science researchers, and two institutions in Mexico (CIMAT and UNAM). The Partners were CENAPRED, SACMEX and the Government of Jalisco. The event was held from the 10th-14th May 2021

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Bath Hack 2021

Last month the Bath Computer Science Society organised a 24-hour virtual Hackathon. ART-AI student, Elsa Zhong, attended the Hackathon and has written about her experience.

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We Welcome the New Chair of Our Independent Advisory Board

Many thanks to Husna for chairing our board and to our other board members for their valuable feedback and oversight

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Events

‘Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence’ with Kate Crawford

We are pleased to have Dr. Kate Crawford join us for this ART-AI seminar, entitled ‘Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence’.

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‘What the awarding of exam results teaches us about statistical modelling in public policy’ with Ed Humpherson

You are invited to a University of Bath Institute for Policy Research (IPR) and ART-AI online lecture, ‘What the awarding of exam results teaches us about statistical modelling in public policy’.

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Design Methodologies Conference

IEEE Power Electronics Society Virtual Event with ART-AI students joining the panel as AI experts

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