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Manchester Prize: open for applications

A landmark prize, awarding £1 million every year to the boldest and most cutting-edge solutions that use AI for public good.


A landmark prize, awarding £1 million every year to the boldest and most cutting-edge solutions that use AI for public good.

The Manchester Prize, an initiative of the UK Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT), will award £1 million every year for 10 years to a team of innovators with the most cutting-edge AI solution for public good.


The first Manchester Prize, running from December 2023 to March 2025, is seeking innovation from UK-led teams with breakthrough ideas for overcoming challenges in the fields of energy, environment and infrastructure.


Up to 10 finalist teams will initially receive £100,000 each, a generous package of non-financial support, and access to free compute to develop their innovation. One finalist will win the £1 million grand prize in early 2025.

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