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AstraZeneca and BenevolentAI launch artificial intelligence collaboration to accelerate drug discovery
Collaboration with BenevolentAI will use machine learning and artificial intelligence to discover potential new drugs for chronic kidney disease and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.Read More
Artificial intelligence identifies existing drugs that may reduce sight loss from macular degeneration
The initial results from an artificial intelligence project show a number of existing drugs have the potential to reduce sight loss from age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of sight loss.Read More
Today marks my first official day as Group CEO at BenevolentAI. For me, it is the next step of a journey, one that has encompassed amazing experiences building some of the biggest technology brands on the planet. Yet none of them had the same potential to transform our lives for the better as we have here at BenevolentAI.Read More
Baroness Shields appointed as the PM's Special Representative on Internet Crime and Harms and becomes solely a Home Office minister
Secretary of State Karen Bradley thanks Baroness Shields for her work and commitment to DCMS.
Baroness Shields will become a full time Home Office minister and the Prime Minister’s Special Representative on Internet Crime and Harms after 18 months at DCMS and a year as a joint Minister for Internet Safety and Security.Read More
Minister for Internet Safety and Security, Baroness Joanna Shields, opened day 1 of the second International Crime and Policing Conference.
The conference sees leading experts from a range of backgrounds - law enforcement, academia, the voluntary sector, industry and government - brought together for 2 days to provide expert opinion and perspective on modern crime prevention.Read More
World-leading technology companies pledge to eliminate online child sexual exploitation
The world’s biggest search engine, social media and software firms have today (Tuesday 17 November) pledged to continue fighting the abuse of the internet for online child sexual exploitation by developing new technology, tools and expertise.Read More
All UK police forces are now signed up to a revolutionary single secure database of indecent images of children.
The Child Abuse Image Database (CAID), launched by the Prime Minister and Home Secretary last December during the WePROTECT Children Online Summit in London, is transforming the way police forces and the National Crime Agency (NCA) tackle online child sexual exploitation (CSE).Read More