Oxford and The Alan Turing Institute

Oxford and the Turing Institute is the University of Oxford’s community of data science researchers in collaboration with the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.

Areas of data science research at Oxford and The Alan Turing Institute range from machine learning and computability theory to ethics and the social implications of new computational technologies.

The University of Oxford is a founding partner of The Alan Turing Institute alongside the universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, UCL and Warwick, and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.

The Institute has industry partnerships with Lloyd’s Register Foundation, GCHQ, Intel and HSBC

Latest Events

Save the Date! Internal Turing Health-AI event, March 7th & 8th in Manchester


Chris Holmes, Programme Director for Health at the Turing and joint Statutory Professor in Biostatistics at the departments of Statistics and the Nuffield Department of Medicine, has announced the dates for a two-day Turing Health Workshop being held in Manchester. Taking place on March 7th and 8th 2019 the conference will be open to all […]

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Special Seminar


In this talk, we present a new algorithm, truncated variance reduction (TruVaR) that addresses Bayesian optimization and level-set estimation in a unified fashion.

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First Article with ATI affiliation has appeared on Frontiers in Physics

In this article we take a critical view towards context-blind big data analysis, with the hope that it contributes to a better practice.

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Find out more about the people behind Oxford and the Turing Institute

Joe Shaw

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Innovative Finance for Social Good in the Data Economy

Data has been described as ‘the new oil’ and has played a crucial role in the broader transformation of the commercial world by recent technological developments....

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Learning to communicate to solve riddles with deep distributed recurrent Q-Networks

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