As part of the newly issued Defense AI Strategy and the newly created Defense AI Centre, the University of Liverpool will be part of cooperate to develop the Defense Data Research Centre (DDRC). The DDRC is a collaboration led by the University of Exeter and supported by the Universities of Liverpool, Surrey, and the Digital Catapult.
The Centre will concentrate on AI data that is currently inaccessible or unsuitable in its raw form.
The primary goal will be to examine problems in the framework of the defense.
“We’re excited to collaborate with Dstl,” said Liverpool researcher Professor Simeon Yates. It expands on prior studies from the University of Liverpool’s Department of Communications and Media Studies.
These investigated citizen data literacy, prejudice and disinformation, workplace digital tool usage, and the impact of automation.
We’re looking forward to combining these insights with our partners’ expertise in business, data analytics, and digital security.
“The DDRC is an interesting addition in capacity to the Defence AI Centre,” says Glen Hart, Dstl Senior Principal Scientist. The DDRC will assist in removing some of the barriers to data use. The DDRC is a one-of-a-kind capacity in the UK academic scene, and we look forward to collaborating with them.”
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