ADAPT is the world-leading SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology
MoveAhead, a spinout from ADAPT, signed a new deal with the globally known confectionary brand Kinder. The deal aims to integrate MoveAhead’s technology to increase activity levels among children into Kinder’s digital products.
Based on groundbreaking research in deep learning and computer vision, ai mapit technology uses novel statistical and image processing techniques to assign a unique GPS coordinate to assets in the built environment.
Hosted by the SFI ADAPT Centre at Trinity College Dublin, visitors to the exhibition will be actively engaged in exploring the topic of AI with all three official languages of Ireland represented.
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 Robert Ross of TU Dublin defines Artificial Intelligence.
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.