Exeter @ the Alan Turing Institute
The Alan Turing Institute (known as the Turing) was created in 2015 as the national Institute for Data Science and AI. The University of Exeter is a member of the Turing University Networking and hosts 35 Turing Fellows and one Turing AI Fellow.
Exeter@Turing is the University of Exeter’s community of researchers working with the Alan Turing Institute.
The Alan Turing Institute (known as Turing) was created in 2015 and is the national institute for data science and artificial intelligence with headquarters in the British Library, London.
In recognition of Exeter’s excellence in machine learning and AI research, and unique inter-disciplinary links to world-leading environmental, health and data governance research, Exeter joined the Alan Turing Institute in 2018; IDSAI is the focus for Exeter’s relationship with the Turing and Exeter currently has 35 researchers in receipt of prestigious Fellowships at the Turing Institute.
Exeter became a member of the Turing University Network in April 2023, as part of the growing academic Turing network. Our membership enables and strengthens partnerships with Turing academic and industrial partners across the UK and underpins Exeter’s position as a key focus for data science and AI.