ADAPT is the world-leading SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology
The SignON project, led by the SFI ADAPT Centre at DCU, is using AI to help bridge the communication gap between Deaf, Hard of Hearing (DHH) and hearing people.
The conference will focus on inclusivity in spoken language technology in keeping with ADAPT’s larger research vision of working towards a balanced digital society.
This new client service offering will focus on big data, AI, smart automation, VR/AR and advanced analytics – all designed to help clients solve their most complex challenges
Dr Nicola’s Human+ project focuses on building a state-of-the-art toolkit with frameworks for developing an ethical approach to AI, integrating social and technical mechanisms of governance.
High data availability is helping power digital transformation, but data governance systems are needed to protect data owners.
The development of social, emotional robots operating in households, hospitals, and care homes – will have a huge impact on societies and the socio-cultural practice of emotions.
ADAPT is supported by the Irish government through a Science Foundation Ireland investment of €42 million.
ADAPT is pushing the frontiers of knowledge and bringing new solutions to societal and industrial challenges. ADAPT is internationally renowned for its research expertise, and is comprised of a vibrant community of multidisciplinary academic experts, researchers, international funding programme managers, innovation specialists and business professionals.
An @AdaptCentre study, involving experts from @AntiBullyingCen at DCU, is looking to make AI moderation tools for detecting cyberbullying more effective using state-of-the-art machine translation technology. Read more on @siliconrepublic here:http://launch.dcu.ie/3LZpKcr