Tag: UK

Over half UK students using AI for assignments, finds study

The United Kingdom seems to be embracing a new study buddy: artificial intelligence (AI). According to a recent survey by the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi), over half of undergraduate students are cozying up to AI to tackle their academic tasks. From polishing up assignments with Google Bard and ChatGPT to leaning on AI for […]

UK Supreme Court rules AI is not an inventor

It’s a fascinating stroll into the legal labyrinth of intellectual property as the UK Supreme Court knocked the gavel on a pivotal ruling: artificial intelligence, with all its whirring and calculating might, cannot hold patents. In this whirlwind of legal battles and technological progress, the court resoundingly declared that AI cannot step into the shoes […]

Revolutionizing the UK’s future: Microsoft to invest $3.2bn in AI infrastructure

In a move that’s sure to make tea-drinking Brits do a double-take, Microsoft is stepping up its AI game in the UK. The tech giant has announced a whopping £2.5 billion ($3.2bn) investment to revolutionize the country’s future. And no, they’re not just sending over a fancy new version of Clippy (remember that annoying paperclip?). […]

U.S., U.K., and Global Partners Release Secure AI System Development Guidelines

In the exciting world of artificial intelligence (AI), it seems that security is the buzzword of the day. The U.K., the U.S., and a bunch of other countries have come together to release new guidelines for developing secure AI systems. Now, I know what you’re thinking, “Why do we need guidelines for something that’s not […]

The UK is boosting its AI and quantum research funding

In an exciting move for the UK, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has announced a funding boost of £500m in AI supercomputing over the next two years. The goal? To make the country an “AI powerhouse.” That’s right, the UK wants to become the cool kid on the AI block, and they’re investing big bucks to make […]

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