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AI Pioneer Recognized for Outstanding Contribution to Computing


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Imperial College London vice-provost professor Nick Jennings.

Imperial College London's Nick Jennings and University of Oxford professors Ian Horrocks and Michael Wooldridg have been awarded the Lovelace Medal of the British Computer Society.

Credit: Imperial College London

Nick Jennings, vice-provost for research and enterprise and a professor of artificial intelligence at Imperial College London, has been jointly awarded the prestigious Lovelace Medal from the British Computer Society (BCS). The award is the top award in computing in the U.K. 

Professor Jennings is a world-leading authority in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, cybersecurity, and agent-based computing.

The Lovelace Medal is awarded for outstanding contribution to the understanding and advancement of computing. The 2020 Lovelace Medal is to be awarded to Professor Jennings, alongside Professors Ian Horrocks and Michael Wooldridge, both from the University of Oxford.

 

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