University of Oxford held its inaugural artificial intelligence-focused conference last month, bringing together investors and the world’s foremost researchers in the area.

University of Oxford sees itself “as an artificial intelligence powerhouse,” vice-chancellor Louise Richardson said during her opening speech to the AI@Oxford conference, the first such event put on by the institution – though you would not know it from the hundreds of people filling out the large lecture theatre in the Saïd Business School and…

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