Rolls-Royce and Alan Turing Institute partner on artificial intelligence research

By Sophie Chapman
The British automaker, Rolls-Royce, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Alan Turing Institute to undergo research on artificial inte...

The British automaker, Rolls-Royce, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Alan Turing Institute to undergo research on artificial intelligence (AI).

The partnership aims to develop research and innovation within data science and analytics and evaluating the role within the industrial applications.

The agreement will see a co-designed programme that will focus on apply data science at scale, apply AI to supply chains, data-centric engineering and predictive maintenance, and the role of data analytics and AI in science.

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“Rolls-Royce has a long tradition of investing in some of the best research institutions in the UK and overseas,” stated Alan Wilson, CEO of the Alan Turing Institute.

“We share a common goal of shaping the world we live in for the better and I am delighted that the Turing will collaborate with Rolls-Royce in some of our key strategic areas: to develop and apply data science and AI approaches to tackle real world problems, as well as to train future generations in these transformative subjects.”

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