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EPSRC Support by Research Area (Artificial Intelligence Technologies) in Theme (Digital Economy)

Research areas are used to describe EPSRC's portfolio of excellent long term research and high quality postgraduate training.

Grants are classified using one or more research areas. The number and value of grants listed below reflects how the theme portfolio is described by this research area.

Please note: some research areas will appear under multiple themes. There is no unique, absolute, relationship between a research area and a theme.

Grant TitlePrincipal
Investigator
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
4i: Immersive Interaction design for Indie developers with Interactive machine learningGillies, Dr MGoldsmiths CollegeComputing Department 503,848
ARTICULAR: ARtificial inTelligence for Integrated ICT-enabled pharmaceUticaL mAnufactuRingJohnston, Dr BFUniversity of StrathclydeInst of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sci 1,965,119
ASPIRE: Automated Sensing & Predictive Inference for Respiratory ExacerbationClifton, Professor DAUniversity of OxfordEngineering Science 1,475,512
Business Model Innovation for Intelligent Automation: Unpacking the Productivity ParadoxVelu, Dr CUniversity of CambridgeEngineering 1,268,022
CONSULT: Collaborative Mobile Decision Support for Managing Multiple MorbiditiesParsons, Professor SKings College LondonInformatics 1,381,439
DADD: Discovering and Attesting Digital DiscriminationSuch, Dr J MKings College LondonInformatics 653,777
Data Science of the Natural EnvironmentLeslie, Professor DLancaster UniversityMathematics and Statistics 2,656,400
Digital Economy Doctoral Training NetworkSharples, Professor SUniversity of NottinghamFaculty of Engineering 507,360
Digitally Enhanced Advanced Services Network+Maull, Professor RUniversity of ExeterManagement 1,116,752
EPSRC NetworkPlus on Social Justice through the Digital EconomyCrivellaro, Dr CNewcastle UniversitySch of Computing 1,006,664
FinTrust: Trust Engineering for the Financial Industryvan Moorsel, Professor ANewcastle UniversitySch of Computing 1,047,202
From Human Data to Personal ExperienceMcAuley, Professor DUniversity of NottinghamHorizon Digital Economy Research 4,062,954
Human Data Interaction: Legibility, Agency, NegotiabilityChalmers, Professor MUniversity of GlasgowSchool of Computing Science 1,040,837
Human-computer collaborative learning in citizen scienceSiddharthan, Dr AOpen UniversityFaculty of Sci, Tech, Eng & Maths (STEM) 507,915
PAMBAYESIAN: PAtient Managed decision-support using Bayesian networksFenton, Professor NQueen Mary University of LondonSch of Electronic Eng & Computer Science 1,538,497
People Powered Algorithms for Desirable Social OutcomesHodges, Dr DDCranfield UniversityCranfield Defence and Security 906,693
PLEAD: Provenance-driven and Legally-grounded Explanations for Automated DecisionsStalla-Bourdillon, Professor SUniversity of SouthamptonSouthampton Law School 256,545
PLEAD: Provenance-driven and Legally-grounded Explanations for Automated DecisionsMoreau, Professor LKings College LondonInformatics 347,636
Realising Accountable Intelligent SystemsWilliams, Professor RAUniversity of OxfordLaw Faculty 113,530
Realising Accountable Intelligent Systems (RAInS)Singh, Dr JUniversity of CambridgeComputer Science and Technology 206,363
Realising Accountable Intelligent Systems (RAInS)Edwards, Professor PUniversity of AberdeenComputing Science 789,003
ReEnTrust: Rebuilding and Enhancing Trust in AlgorithmsJirotka, Professor MUniversity of OxfordComputer Science 980,606
RoboTIPS: Developing Responsible Robots for the Digital EconomyJirotka, Professor MUniversity of OxfordComputer Science 1,723,460
The Digital Creativity HubCowling, Professor PIUniversity of YorkComputer Science 4,039,831
The Internet of Food ThingsPearson, Professor SUniversity of LincolnSchool of Computer Science 1,139,958
The Wearable Clinic: Connecting Health, Self and CarePeek, Professor NUniversity of Manchester, TheSchool of Health Sciences 1,639,303

Total Number of Grants: 26
Total Value of Grants: £32,875,226

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).