Cambridge Institute for Public Policy (CIPP)
The Cambridge Institute for Public Policy is launching in April 2018. The Institute will be conducting high-level academic and policy research, as well as expanding the portfolio of public policy education and training offered at the University of Cambridge.
|Address:||Department of Politics and International Studies, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Cambridge University Department|
the Institute will oversee a variety of activities, including:
- A new dedicated series of talks, workshops, and professionally run policy seminars and public events.
- A new blog showcasing cutting-edge research on key policy issues, hosted and edited at the Institute.
- Expanding the portfolio of education and training associated with public policy at Cambridge, building on the successful and growing M.Phil in Public Policy.
- Conducting high-level academic and policy research in several areas of particular interest, including Place and public policy, Re-making government in the 21st century, and Science and the Crisis of Democracy.
Some of the major opportunities and challenges which artificial intelligence (AI) poses today - and how policy-makers should seek to harness its potential - will be discussed by Mustafa Suleyman, cofounder and Head of Applied AI at DeepMind, at an event in Cambridge next month.
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