The UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence brings together world leading experts from King’s College London and Imperial College London to train a new generation of researchers in how to develop AI systems that are safe and trustworthy.
The Centre Leadership Team are supported by a dedicated Centre Office who work in collaboration with our Directors, students and supervisors to deliver the Centre’s research, student training and cohort building objectives.
Students joining the Centre have a range of backgrounds and experiences, and engage with their peers throughout their PhD. The Centre works hard to provide an inclusive and supportive student experience, and to ensure that student feedback informs the evaluation and development of activities and events.
The Centre is supported by an independent Advisory Board, which provides advice and guidance on the growth and progress of the Centre.
The Advisory Board constitutes a group of experts who provide independent, constructive, and strategic guidance on the direction of the Centre and how it should evolve. The Advisory Board helps the Centre to identify and address areas of opportunity and supports the creation of partnerships and other strategic links.
- Francesca Rossi, IBM
- Marina Jirotka, Oxford University,
- Karl Hoods, CIO at BEIS
- Chris White, Director of the King’s Institute for Industrial Strategy
- Jen Wong, Head of Programming at Science Gallery London
- Toby Walsh, Scientia Professor of AI at UNSW
Subbarao Kambhampati, president of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
- David Aha, Evaluation Lead of Explainable AI at DARPA
- Ben Murton, Head of Researcher Development at the Turing Institute
- Birna van Riemsdijk, winner of the Dutch ICT-Research 2014 Award
- Tabitha Goldstaub, Chair of the UK Government’s AI Council, co-founder of CognitionX