February 2020: Meet the Expert: Prof Michael Luck, King's College London, AI and Machine Learning Expert
This week, we spoke to Professor Michael Luck, Professor in Computer Science at King’s College London, about the impact of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning on young people.
Source: Firetech, 24 February 2020
February 2019: £200 million to create a new generation of artificial intelligence leaders
1,000 new Ph.D.s created to drive AI transformation across industry, healthcare and climate change
Source: EurekAlert! | AAAS, 21 February 2019
U.K. Government To Fund AI University Courses With £115m
The U.K. government is planning to fund thousands of postgraduate students that want to study a Masters or a PhD in artificial intelligence as it looks to keep pace with the U.S. and China.
Source: Forbes, 20 February 2019
February 2019: An Insider's Guide to Artificial Intelligence: Multi-Agent Systems
Laura van Beers interviews Professor Michael Luck, Executive Dean, Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences at King's College London on multi-agent systems and their potential impact on a growing number of complex problems.
Source: ContactEngine 13 February 2019
January 2019: ContactEngine welcome Professor Michael Luck of King’s College London to AI Advisory Board
LONDON and WASHINGTON, D.C. -- ContactEngine, the next generation Customer Engagement Hub technology specialising in conversational AI, have welcomed a new AI Advisory Board member, Professor Michael Luck of King’s College London.
December 2015: HPC Facility in London Named After Dr Rosalind Franklin
A new high performance computing and cloud facility has been unveiled by scientists in London, named after Dr Rosalind Franklin, the unsung heroine of elucidating the double-helix structure of DNA.
Source: Inside HPC, 26 December 2015
November 2015: Deep Blue sky thinking: The cutting edge of legal AI
Artificial intelligence is big news once again in law and beyond. Legal Business speaks to leaders in the field of advanced automation to assess what it means for the profession.
Source: Legal Business, 4 November 2015
November 2012: Sigue siendo difícil definir a la inteligencia artificial
De visita en la Argentina para dar la conferencia plenaria del Simposio Argentino de Inteligencia Artificial y un curso en la Primera Escuela de Inteligencia Artificial, en el marco de las Jornadas Argentinas de Informática (41 JAIIO) que se realizaron en La Plata, Michael Luck dejó por unas semanas su oficina del King’s College en Londres pero no su pasión por el Chelsea, club de fútbol que no dejó de nombrar ni siquiera en su presentación ante los expertos locales en IA. ... more
Source: Infotechnology, 12 November 2012
September 2008: Perspectives: Software agents make their way out of the laboratory
What have stem cell research and business data processing in common? At present very little, apart from the fact that “agent based software development”, a novel way of writing software, could be a key to progress in both fields. ...more
Source: Financial Times, 16 September 2008
October 2006: Best-kept secret agent revealed
No longer just the province of specialist sectors, agent-based computing is changing the way systems interact and how they are managed. Agent-based computing has already transformed processes such as automated financial markets trading, logistics, and industrial robotics. Now it is moving into the mainstream commercial sector ...more
Source: Computer Weekly, 12 October 2006
September 2006: New models to improve the reliability of virtual organisations
Press release: 29 September 2006
Models of virtual organisations that operate within reliable and trustworthy parameters are being developed in ECS. As the market for virtual organisations grows there is a need to ensure that computerised agents can be trusted ...more
June 2006: Not to secret agents
While we have something of a phobia when it comes to information technology, partly on the grounds that too many people automatically think IT at any mention of the T word, some computing tricks will have a genuine impact on how business operates, and much more so than many of the overhyped toys you read about. ...more
Source: Science|Business, 10 June 2006
May 2006: Agent-Based Computing
Can a computer be clever? We take you on a journey inside the mind of computers that resaon and interact, answering spatial information questions of the day - how do you schedule oil tankers anyhow? ...more
Source: Geoconnexion Magazine, May 2006.
May 2006: ECS double success at AAMAS 06
Press release: 21 May 2006
Teams from ECS carried off two major awards at AAMAS 06, the Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, held this month in Hakodate, Japan ...more
April 2006: Watchpoint: Agent Computing Set to Be An Agent of Change
Agent-based computing has been around for years, but now its proponents are making big claims for its suitability for a range of advanced applications. James Hayes reports ... more
Source: IET Information Professional, April 2006.
March 2006: Little book addresses some of our biggest systems
Press release: 13 March 2006
An unusual booklet published this month by one of the UK's leading computer scientists aims to highlight the development of agent-based computing and to illustrate the wide reach of this exciting technology in our everyday lives ...more
October 2005: Roadmap on agent-based computing to be launched
Press release: 14 October 2005
A roadmap which suggests how agent-based computing could develop over the next decade will be launched this month ... more
September 2005: Future of Computing: Agent-based computing for next generation apps
Michael Luck of the University of Southampton and Peter McBurney of the University of Liverpool look at agent-based computing ... more
Source: IT Now, September 2005.
October 2003: Cyber-astronomer scours the skies
A software agent that can automatically assume control of some of the world's most powerful telescopes and quickly train them on the most violent events in the universe has passed its first test. ...more
Source: New Scientist, 25 October 2003
August 2003: Software agents could tackle human genome data explosion
THE laborious process of deciphering the human genome could be accelerated by decades thanks to software that vastly improves researchers' ability to collect and analyse data. A prototype system is now being developed at universities in the UK. ...more
Source: New Scientist, 9 August 2003