About us

Artificial general intelligence is the hypothetical intelligence of a machine capable of learning and understanding any human-learnable intellectual task. Our aims are a bit narrower - we focus on medical intelligence and clinical impact.

The Artificial Medical Intelligence Group (AMIGO) @ KCL, part of the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences, Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, is a highly-multidisciplinary group researchers comprised of engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians, physicists and clinicians, using artificial intelligence, statistical and physics modelling techniques to explore large real-world hospital-derived datasets, in order to tackle key medical issues.

Explore our clinical and technical projects, check the work of our researchers, the software we are supporting, the courses we teach, and our public engagement initiatives.

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