ADAPT is the world-leading SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology
ADAPT academic at Trinity College Dublin, Professor Giovanni Di Liberto, publishes research in the journal Nature Communications on how babies learn from rhythmic information.
SignON, a pan-European research project led by Professor Andy Way in DCU, won the Engaged Research of the Year Award at the annual SFI Awards for 2023.
Originally a demo recorded by John Lennon in the late 1970s, Lennon’s voice was extricated and isolated using AI source separation technology for the song.
The future of healthcare lies in using data analytics and human-centric artificial intelligence to deliver personalised, precise and effective treatments to patients.
High data availability is helping power digital transformation, but data governance systems are needed to protect data owners.
Professor Andy Way penned a guest article for ‘World Wide Wisdom by Translated.
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.