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Turing Institute announces defence and security partnership

The Alan Turing Institute is to collaborate on data-science research with the UK's intelligence listening agency GCHQ and the Ministry of Defence.

Mark Briers, who has been appointed as the strategic programme director for defence and security at the institute, will lead the research and collaboration and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory and Joint Forces Command will take part, the institute announced on 28 June.

The partnership will focus on data-science methodologies and techniques. Other areas of joint interest will be research into intelligent data systems, securing cyberspace, data privacy and trust.

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