Wednesday 6 March 2019 4:47 AM UTC
LONDON March 6: In an attempt to attract and retain the best of the talent, the UK government has rolled out a number of scholarships for Indian and EU students.
As part of the programme, 1,000 students from India and the European Union will get an opportunity to enhance their skills in artificial intelligence through their 16 dedicated centres for Research and Innovation AI Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) in universities across England, Scotland and Wales.
The £110 million packages by the UK government will offer 200 AI Masters places at UK universities which is also funded by the likes of Infosys, Deepmind, QuantumBlack, Cisco and BAE Systems.
1. The Alan Turing Institute: The Turing AI Fellowship
2. University of Oxford: The Governance of AI
3. University of Cambridge
4. National Minimum Stipend
5. University of Sheffield
6. University of Edinburgh
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