The Scott-Morgan Foundation is registered by the Charity Commission (1187386) with the official objective:

For the public benefit, the advancement of science, health and education, by carrying out,
promoting and publishing research into the ethical use of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, robotics, and other high-technology systems to enhance the capabilities and wellbeing of those restricted by age, ill health, disability or other physical or mental disadvantage.

In less official language, we are committed to discovering how to use human-centred AI combined with cutting-edge hi-tech to utterly transform the experience of extreme disability – whether through accident or disease or old age – and by doing so we intend to forever change what it means to be human.

Everything we do is for philanthropic purposes and to benefit the general public; we aim for all our key findings to be made open-source, freely available to everyone.
The way we work is unique. We have assembled an unprecedented coalition of world-class
expertise gathered from some of the largest and most influential corporations as well as some of the top specialist firms on the planet, all donating their time and resources to work as one to achieve The Foundation’s hugely ambitious research goals. And we are carefully recruiting more. Together, we mean to change everything…Everything we do is for philanthropic purposes and to benefit the general public; we aim for all our
key findings to be made open-source, freely available to everyone.


The way we work is unique. We have assembled an unprecedented coalition of world-class
expertise gathered from some of the largest and most influential corporations as well as some of
the top specialist firms on the planet, all donating their time and resources to work as one to
achieve The Foundation’s hugely ambitious research goals. And we are carefully recruiting more.


Together, we mean to change everything…

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