ART-AI 2021 Webinar

If you want to to learn more about the integrated MRes/PhD in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI at the University of Bath you can view our introductory webinar, recorded on the 22nd March 2021.

If you want to to learn more about the integrated MRes/PhD in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI at the University of Bath you can view our introductory webinar, recorded on the 22nd March 2021, below.

The webinar will tell you more about the 4-year PhD programme in the Centre for Doctoral Training in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI (ART-AI) at the University of Bath.

The webinar is presented by Professor Eamonn O’Neill (Centre Director) and Dr Marina De Vos (Director of Training) and it’s a great opportunity to find answers to your questions.

They tell you more about: – the fully-funded studentships available – the programme structure including the MRes year, PhD projects, and working with industry and other partners – ART-AI academics – entry requirements and tips for applying.

Interested in applying? Please apply here.

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