Dr Marc Warner is the co-founder and CEO of Faculty. He founded Faculty in the belief that the benefits of AI should extend to everyone and has shaped the company so that it can support organisations of all shapes and sizes to take advantage of rapid advances in this field.
Marc has overseen the growth of Faculty to one of London's premier AI companies. Faculty helps other organisations develop and deploy artificial intelligence in the real world, through a combination of technology, expertise and education. Faculty's fellowship scheme gets application from between 5% and 10% of the UK's STEM PhD students. He has led over 50 data science projects, with clients ranging from multinational companies like EasyJet and Siemens to the UK Government and NHS. His work has been covered by the BBC, the Telegraph, the Independent and many more. He advises the UK government on digital, data and artificial intelligence as a member of the Digital Economic Advisory Council.
Previously, Marc was the Marie Curie Fellow of Physics at Harvard University, specialising in quantum sensing. His research has been published in many high impact journals and cited hundreds of times. His PhD in Quantum Computing was awarded the Stoneham prize, published in Nature, and covered in the New York Times.