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AI engine used to design new alloy for 3D printing project

AI engine used to design new alloy for 3D printing project
Designing new materials for 3D printing projects is now much simpler, quicker and cost effective thanks to the Alchemite machine learning algorithm, developed by Intellegens, the Cambridge-based AI company. In a research collaboration between several commercial partners and the Stone Group at the University of Cambridge, the Alchemite deep learning algorithm was used to design a new nickel-based alloy for direct laser deposition.
30th April 2019

Can AI predict the Premier League’s top scorer?

Can AI predict the Premier League’s top scorer?
How often have we looked at a game and wondered ‘how did he miss that?’. Well, with expected goals (xG) we can now really see if our frustration is justified, and perhaps use that to predict future results. By Haidar Altaie, Data Scientist at SAS
18th April 2019

Exploring inclusivity AI and the future of work

Exploring inclusivity AI and the future of work
London Tech Week 2019 launches, committing not only to lead the way in tech innovation, but to tackle head-on the issue of diversity in the industry. London continues to be Europe’s tech investment capital – raising £1.8bn in VC and public funding in 2018, with more IPOs than anywhere else in Europe – and this year’s Tech Week will once again unite tech and talent with a packed schedule of events showcasing the latest innovations in AI & quantum computing, blockchain, the future of work and more.
18th April 2019


Artificial intelligence used to predict customers' next cars

Artificial intelligence used to predict customers' next cars
Carbase has unveiled an innovative use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology at its Bristol showroom - an interactive robot that can predict a customer’s next car. After months of development with technology partner Cognitive Services, the South West used car dealership has introduced Rob-Bot, which uses facial recognition and data analytics to give customers a list of makes and models it calculates will be exactly what they’re looking for in a new used vehicle. 
18th April 2019

What is AIoT and why does it matter?

What is AIoT and why does it matter?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is probably one of the most talked about technologies. Everyone wants to claim that their product has AI in it, even if it doesn’t. And if it does contain ‘AI’, what type are we talking here?  By Andrew Grant, Senior Business Development Director, Vision & AI, Imagination Technologies
16th April 2019

Is it possible for social media to regulate harmful content?

Is it possible for social media to regulate harmful content?
Internet companies could be fined if they fail to tackle ‘online harms’, including hosting terrorist propaganda or images of child abuse. The ‘Online Harms White Paper’, which also proposes an independent watchdog and written ‘code of practice’ is a joint proposal from the DCMS and the Home Office.
12th April 2019

AI based talent-matching platform for video production

AI based talent-matching platform for video production
An innovative new platform using the latest machine learning technology hopes to transform the video production industry. It works by matching a brand’s production brief with over one million filmmakers across the world, then scaling that down to the most relevant few, in seconds.
10th April 2019

AI tackling the spread of misinformation

AI tackling the spread of misinformation
From combating the spread of misinformation to expanding awareness of the impact of AI on society, seven projects shaping the effects that artificial intelligence has on the field of news and information have received $750,000 in funding. The Ethics and Governance in AI Initiative, a joint project of the MIT Media Lab and the Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, awarded the funding through the AI and the News Open Challenge.
9th April 2019

UK businesses struggling against procurement fraud

UK businesses struggling against procurement fraud
Procurement fraud is widespread in the UK and the country lags behind many countries in its detection capabilities, new research from SAS reveals. British companies, on average, lose significantly more money to procurement fraud, and the country is far more reliant on ineffective manual detection techniques than other nations.
8th April 2019

Pole mounted multi-access edge AI solution

Pole mounted multi-access edge AI solution
It has been announced that ADLINK Technology and Charles Industries, (Charles) have joined together to demonstrate a complete micro-edge low latency Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning/Deep Learning solution that can be co-located on LTE small cell poles or with emerging 5G radios. 
3rd April 2019


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