Inviting students to train as the experts of tomorrow in applying machine learning to human genetics and electronic health records.Read More
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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
Elections Still Face Risk of Foreign Interference on Both Sides of the Atlantic, High-level Commission Warns
A transatlantic, bi-partisan group of political, tech, business and media leaders are warning that neither side of the Atlantic is adequately prepared for the next wave of election meddling coming their way in 20+ major elections before 2020.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
Global leaders and youth advocates launch new partnership and fund to end violence against children everywhere
Today at the United Nations children joined world leaders to launch a new partnership and fund to make ending violence a public priority and a collective responsibility. End Violence Against Children - The Global Partnership brings together governments, foundations, the UN, civil society, the academia, the private sector and young people in driving action toward achieving the new global target to end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture against children.Read More
The Home Secretary and Baroness Shields have hosted the first meeting of the WePROTECT Global Alliance to End Online Child Sexual Exploitation Advisory Board.
The board supports a global coalition of countries and organisations to end the sexual exploitation of children online.Read More
Public consultation launched to require age verification for pornographic content online.
The government has confirmed today that all pornographic websites will require some form of age verification in the future, preventing vulnerable children from accessing potentially damaging material.Read More
Further action is being taken to protect children from viewing inappropriate music videos on the internet.
The Government is working with the UK music industry, BBFC and digital service providers like Vevo and YouTube to take further action to protect children from viewing inappropriate videos on the internet.Read More
Prime Minister David Cameron is determined to introduce age verification mechanisms to restrict under 18s’ access to pornographic websites.
The Prime Minister is determined to introduce age verification mechanisms to restrict under 18s’ access to pornographic websites and is prepared to legislate to do so if the industry fails to self regulate.Read More