ADAPT Researchers Win DCU Invent Commercialisation Awards

01 December 2022

ADAPT researchers were recognised for their engagement with industry partners at the DCU Invent Commercialisation Awards this week.  The awards recognise projects from 2019 through 2021.

Using human-centric AI, ADAPT researchers are actively understanding and addressing technology and business challenges in order to deliver bespoke solutions tailored for industry collaborators.  The awards are testament to how ADAPT’s research is pioneering the development of novel solutions that are helping to transform businesses.

Awarded on the day were:

  • Work with Microsoft on gender bias in automated email responses was recognised for two projects on the topic; the first with Andy Way, Lucia Specia, Maja Popovic, and Nishta Jain, and the second with Andy Way, Maja Popovic, and Eva Vanmassenhove.
  • Prof Pamela Hussey and Subhashis Das. Project for their work on Davra, Interoperability Research Sandbox
  • Jamie McGann, Johann Issartel, Eoin McLoughlin, Susheel Nath, Killian Delaney for Move Ahead, a spin out focused on a movement engine built for kids.
  • Cathal Gurrin, Graham Healy, Litig Zhou, Alice DaJung, Dao Nguyen for their work with Hayes Culleton International Financial Training on BeckSearch Meeting Minder.
  • Cathal Gurrin, Graham Healy, Tu-Khiel Le, and Onanong Kongmeesub for their work with Microsoft on classifying and supporting reading behaviours.