Leeds City Council’s Plans Panel has given the green light to support the University’s application to develop a site that will host large-scale research and experimental facilities.
Artificial intelligence may help to improve the quality of care for people who have chronic illnesses or who are terminally ill. The proposed treatment could also have a positive socioeconomic impact.
The University has announced 50 fully-funded PhD researcher places to unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medical diagnosis and care.
Robotic tentacles to help surgeons operate inside the body, among other new research programmes at Leeds are being supported by European funding.
Rapid technological innovation is bringing human-robot interaction ever closer to our daily lives, meaning society needs a standard framework to address the ethical and safety issues that arise.