Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Get in touch


Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are significant globalised technologies applicable to every sector. The UK’s extensive industrial and academic research base has immense potential to impact on home and global markets.

Sign up to the Robotics & AI Innovation Network

The Robotics & Artificial Intelligence team addresses this opportunity enabling UK RAI innovators to connect, access markets and showcase their capability. Instrumental for millions of people, Natural Language Processing (NLP) is currently one of our main topics of interest.

We’ll use our deep expertise to support businesses in adopting AI safely and securely, encouraging AI suppliers to generate ethical, easy to use tools. Our team can also help you explore how NLP can improve your business processes.

Click here to sign up for the Robotics & AI Innovation Network mailing list.

Our AI Expert

Caroline Chibelushi

Read full profile

Funding Opportunities

Knowledge transfer partnerships (KTP): 2021 to 2022, round 3

Up to £6 million is available to fund innovation projects, which are a partnership between an academic institution/RTO/Catapult and a business or not-for-profit, employing 1-2 graduate associates.

Opens: 05/07/2021 Closes: 29/09/2021

Explore Further

Horizon Europe Work Programme 2021-2022: Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society - Cluster 2

Horizon Europe has a wide variety of open calls for culture, creativity and inclusive society, with closing dates in September 2021 or April 2022. Some of these also include AI, big data, digital tech, materials and health.

Opens: 19/07/2021 Closes: 06/04/2022

Explore Further
Recorded: 19th April

Safe AI Adoption in Sellafield: Roundtable Sessions

Between 19-23 April, we are inviting AI suppliers to join KTN for a series of roundtable discussions, in order to share their knowledge of adopting AI safely across sectors. Through these sessions, we wish to identify organisations that have solutions for Sellafield Ltd and its potential collaborators.

Watch Now



AI for Services Podcast Episode 2: Conversation with Sally Sfeir-Tait, CEO and Co-founder of RegulAItion

“Where the regulators and the regulated don’t just exist together but positively flourish.” Astrid Ayel interviews the Enabling Data Access Competition winners; in this episode, Sally Sfeir-Tait opens up about her journey from lawyer and regulator to starting her own business and talks about “balancing the interests of the few with the interests of the many, in a harmonious way”.

Read more


CyberASAP Alumni Insights: You can have ground-breaking research but you’ll struggle without understanding the customer’s need

We talk to Jack Hogan, formerly of Imperial College London and co-founder of Shoji.

Read more