In this project, Frey and his team developed a novel approach to measure the exposure of jobs to automation.

They did so against a background of the rapidly expanding scope of tasks computer technologies can perform, following recent developments in machine learning and various sub-fields of artificial intelligence 27 Dec 2010 - Case study: library usage at an Indian medical college In India, several studies have looked at the way, in which medical students use library, 25% of respondents said they would suggest the library purchase the items, .

Africa has the highest rates of child abuse in the world, but no programmes that have been shown to prevent this. Academics at Oxford University worked with the World Health Organisation, UNICEF and the University of Cape Town to create and scientifically test a series of free workshops to support families in bringing up their teenagers.

Palm oil (PO) is the world’s primary source of vegetable oil, and rapid expansion of the industry has caused widespread deforestation. The Roundtable on Sustainable palm oil (RSPO) certification standard was set up to address these issues.

From 2005 to 2017 Paul Newman led the Oxford Mobile Robotics Group (MRG) within the Dept. In 2017 MRG become the Oxford Robotics Institute. During this time he led the development of a suite of technology that enabled autonomous vehicles to navigate with zero dependence on infrastructure at scale.

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) affects 5%-16% of all pregnancies in the UK and can lead to complications for the mother and baby if blood glucose (BG) is not tightly controlled.

The cost and burden of GDM for both the NHS and the patient are high.