ADAPT is the world-leading SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology
The new website, created by DCU academics in collaboration with members of the public, aims to provide evidence-based vaccine information and “straightforward health information” for all.
The HUMAN+ 2-year postdoctoral fellowship programme, led by ADAPT and Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute, is now accepting applications.
The projects aim to encourage citizens to engage with all sorts of data, ranging from 3D models of buildings to tourism in order to create more inclusive citizen services.
AI is transforming digital healthcare, leading to exciting opportunities for screening, decision making support, disease treatment and personalised or ‘precision’ medicine delivery.
With increased electricity consumption and lesser newly minted bitcoins, will the world’s most famous cryptocurrency survive? An opinion piece by Dr Hitesh Tewari.
Dr Rachel Mc Donnell describes her vision for new virtual experiences that can preserve or even strengthen our interpersonal and professional connections.
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.
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