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Data-driven Artificial intelligence (AI) and associated technologies are fast becoming prevalent in many areas of society.

In particular, these technologies have the potential to improve various aspects of patient care from wider prevention and early diagnosis to the discovery of new drugs.

This theme considers the application of some of the most recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the technological challenges inherent to health sciences. It includes researchers interested in some of the hottest topics in AI research, from the ability to generate new solutions to explaining and further our understanding of the solutions produced by AI.

Theme Leads

Miss Claire Barnes

Lecturer (SPEC Analytics for Human Centred Data), Biomedical Engineering
Available For Postgraduate Supervision

Dr Benjamin Mora

Associate Professor, Computer Science
+44 (0) 1792 295575
Available For Postgraduate Supervision