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My winning proposal: AI brightens up


Turing acceleration fellowships were perfect for Antonio Hurtado to bring his photonics interests into AI

Top tips

  • Bear in mind that artificial intelligence is a wide field so the people reviewing your proposal may be from different research backgrounds
  • If your idea is different from much AI research, view that as a strength
  • Build your network of project partners early on in the application process
  • Remember that application is a process of constant refinement to clearly and effectively deliver your central idea

Delivered by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in partnership with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Office for AI and the Alan Turing Institute, the Turing AI Acceleration fellowships ran last year as part of the government’s plan to boost AI research.

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