Thrilled we can announce a new £250m AI Lab in !

We will be transforming some of our community’s best efforts to improve health and care, using applied AI.


Cancer screening and detecting results on scans, predicting load on beds or medicines, detecting patients at risk of post-op complications… The AI lab could do a lot to improve the data-driven NHS and care system we know we need.


It’s early days, but we hope to bring together clinicians, academics and AI researchers, combined with our users — patients and staff alike — to work on problems we face:


We know our approach to AI needs to be as fair as possible, minimising bias and respecting people’s confidentiality. Building in ethics, privacy and respect for people’s rights and interests will be critical to building the most advanced health and care system in the world.


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