ADAPT is the world-leading SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology
Ireland’s Health Service Executive makes the SFI ADAPT Centre at Trinity College Dublin a strategic partner for health care innovation.
The session presented an in-depth discussion on the implications of increasingly life-like AI systems on human communications.
The Irish Medtech Association announced that the ADAPT Centre spinout Vertigenius was the 2021 winner of the eHealth Innovation of the Year award.
ADAPT research focuses on the need to get initiation of these proactive agent interactions right, so that they minimise distraction and user annoyance
A programme of Citizen Engagement Workshops About Artificial Intelligence that invites the Public to Explore Our Future and How We Create It
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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