Unveiled in 2022, the King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence represents a commitment to supporting a sustained artificial intelligence (AI) agenda. It is a meeting point for the varied and growing activity, interest and expertise relating to AI across disciplines at the university.
InTouch Online visited Asma Khan (Law 1999; PhD Law 2013) at her award-winning restaurant, Darjeeling Express, to talk about her time at King’s, making the transition from law to cooking and addressing gender inequality in the hospitality sector.
Generations of families have attended King’s College London and/or one its founding colleges. Read the story of Devon-based dental surgeons, the Pidgeon family on what it was like to study at Guy's and King's.
Leaving a gift in your will has the potential to forge new futures while honouring a life’s work. For Emeritus Professor Peter Lantos and His Honour Jeremy Connor (ThD, Theology & Ministry, 2011), a legacy gift to King’s offered the opportunity to unite their two professions by pledging to support research into neuroscience and law.
King’s Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences has just launched a Net Zero Centre. In response to the climate crisis, the Centre will underpin rapid and large-scale systemic climate action and set the agenda for what a new net zero world will look like.
Lan Tu AKC (Mathematics & Chemistry, 1989) is an independent member of the College Council and was appointed Vice Chair in November 2021. Read Lan’s reflections on leadership and learn more about the College Council.