Positioning the UK as a global leader in Artificial Intelligence technologies

The UK government has announced a new ten-year strategy to ensure that Britain is a global leader in Artificial Intelligence technologies.

NSF finance $4.4m grant to advance cybersecurity education

The NSF has revealed it will be providing a $4.4m federal grant to educate the next generation of cybersecurity experts.

 Developing a novel tool for analysing massive superconducting circuits

Researchers have developed a technique for analysing large superconducting circuits, which could facilitate advancements in the field of quantum computing.

EU financing to advance next-generation cyber security platform

EclecticIQ has obtained €15m worth of EU financing from the European Investment Bank to facilitate the development of a next-generation cyber security platform.

Yara and IBM collaborate to encourage farming data exchange

Yara International and IBM have launched The Open Farm & Field Data Exchange, with aims to facilitates collaboration around farm and field data. Yara International, a global leader in crop nutrition and digital farming solutions, and IBM have invited farmer...

Cattle facial recognition could combat agricultural fraud

False insurance claims and stolen stock are some of the issues effecting the cattle industry. Start-ups are now using facial recognition and machine learning to tackle these problems. A start-up in the dairy industry, Stellapps, are in the early stages...

Emerging technologies: blockchain and AI

Chair of the European Parliament's Science and Technology Options Assessment Body (STOA), Eva Kaili, explains how Europe can be strong if we use these new technologies in the right way. Eva Kaili is the head of the Greek Group of...

ICT communication in a clinical setting

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have become common in various fields and provide great benefits to the efficient operation of modern hospitals. Eliminating paper based patient record systems by inputting and storing them on the database (DB) of the hospital...

Teaching computational thinking as a transferal core subject

EurAI Fellow Nuria Oliver explains the importance of educating future generations in technology and computational thinking. Nuria Oliver is a computer scientist and a Fellow of the European Association of Artificial Intelligence (EurAI) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)....

Avoiding bias and misinformation online

Systems that ease the access to web information and knowledge, come with a variety of different issues. The last thirty years have witnessed a technological and cultural revolution related to the notions of information and knowledge generation, sharing, and access....

Advanced Research on Driver Behaviour Recognition

The Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence: meet the advanced driver assistance system with an embedded engine. The Centre for Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (CPAMI) at the University of Waterloo, is a leading Canadian interdisciplinary research entity. CPAMI...

Black in AI – researchers can’t ignore social structure problems

Co-founder of ‘Black in AI’, Timnit Gebru spoke at the AI for Good Global Summit about the methods and challenges associated with transparency in AI. The AI for Good Global Summit is the leading United Nations platform for global and inclusive dialogue...

ERUDITE & smart villages: co-creating the digital transformation of rural Europe

Clive Peckham and Emilija Stojmenova Duh explain how the ERUDITE project is working to ensure that the networks necessary for the digital transformation of rural areas are in place. Digital innovation requires access to digital networks, the skills to exploit...

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