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E125 Paul Johnston, British Ambassador to Ireland

Welcome to episode E125 of the AI Ireland podcast, the show that explores the applications and research of Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on the island of Ireland.

Our mission is to increase the use of AI for the benefit of our society, our competitiveness and everyone living in Ireland.

Today’s guest is Paul Johnston, British Ambassador to Ireland. Having joined the UK Civil Service in 1990, Paul has served in Paris and New York and has also had a wide range of political and security roles in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London. His previous roles include British Ambassador to Sweden, Deputy Permanent Representative to NATO and UK Ambassador to the EU for Political and Security to name a few

Paul became Ambassador to Ireland in September 2020. The Ambassador represents His Majesty The King and the UK government in the country to which they are appointed. They are responsible for the direction and work of the embassy and its consulates, including political work, trade and investment, press and cultural relations and consular services.

Topics include:

  • AI’s promise for good and need for safety balance
  • How the AI Summit emphasises a multi-stakeholder approach to AI management
  • The UK’s multi-million-pound investment in AI skills and technology advancement
  • The AI Summit’s aim to balance AI’s potential with shared safety understanding
  • Global AI development, balancing innovation and safety through collaboration
  • Developing safe AI for global benefit, inclusivity and societal improvement.
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AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution

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E121 Rena Maycock, Founder at Cilter Technologies

Welcome to episode E121 of the AI Ireland podcast, the show that explores the applications and research of Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on the island of Ireland.

Our mission is to increase the use of AI for the benefit of our society, our competitiveness and everyone living in Ireland.

Today’s guest is Rena Maycock, Founder at Cilter TechnologiesCilter is nominated for the 2023 AI Awards in the category of Best Application of AI to Achieve Social Good for the development of their embedded software to protect children from cyberbullying and online grooming. This unique system operates at a deep level, blocking harmful messages and notifying parents, aiming to make smartphones safer for children.

Rena is also nominated for Women in AI Person of the Year for leading the development of Cilter’s child protection software for smartphones, addressing cyberbullying and grooming. Rena is also recognised as a respected columnist who advocates for women in tech, lobbies for funding equality and mentors aspiring female founders.

Topics include:

  • Her background and origins of Cilter Technologies
  • Why they developed a patented solution for child safety online
  • Creating tech for child safety online involving collaboration & AI databases
  • Their goal to reduce cyberbullying, grooming and harmful content through early detection
  • Their mission for universal parental control across all devices for child safety
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AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution

AI Ireland are excited to unveil our new book, “AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution,” which is now accessible for purchase on Amazon. For executives, policy architects, or technology aficionados seeking to make sense of the intricate world of AI, “AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution” is your essential handbook. Now available on Amazon Kindle or hard copy, this book furnishes you with the expertise and instruments required to employ AI both effectively and ethically.

Limited tickets remain for the 2023 AI Awards.

The fifth annual AI Awards takes place on Tuesday November 21st at the Gibson Hotel. This is an exciting opportunity to connect and network with over 200 AI and Data professionals across the island of Ireland and hear from some of the most exciting AI applications across industry and academia spanning 12 award categories.

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Best Application of AI to achieve Social Good: Meet the 2023 AI Awards Finalists

While AI is often associated with technological advancements and business innovations, its impact extends far beyond these realms. AI has the potential to drive positive change and make a profound impact for social good

In this blog, we will explore the various ways AI is being harnessed for social good and the transformative effects it is having on our world. We will also take a closer look at this year’s nominees in the Best Application of AI to achieve Social Good for the 2023 AI Awards.

Healthcare Advancements

AI is poised to revolutionise healthcare in numerous ways. From early disease detection to personalised treatment plans, AI is making healthcare more accessible, efficient and effective. Machine learning algorithms can analyse vast datasets to identify patterns and predict diseases, enabling early intervention. AI-powered robots and telemedicine solutions are also making healthcare more accessible in remote areas, improving the quality of care and reducing the burden on healthcare professionals.

Environmental Conservation

Climate change and environmental degradation are among the most pressing global challenges. AI is being employed to monitor and combat these issues. Machine learning models can analyse satellite data to track deforestation, air and water quality, and weather patterns, allowing for more efficient environmental conservation efforts. AI-driven solutions are also helping to optimise energy consumption, reduce waste and develop sustainable agriculture practices.

Disaster Response and Management

AI can significantly enhance disaster preparedness, response and recovery efforts. Natural disasters, such as earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires, can have devastating impacts on communities. AI algorithms can process real-time data from sensors, drones and satellites to predict disaster events, assess damage and coordinate response efforts. This technology saves lives and resources and reduces recovery time.

Education and Accessibility

AI is being used to improve education and make it more accessible to people of all backgrounds. Adaptive learning platforms use AI to tailor educational content to individual needs, helping students learn at their own pace. Additionally, AI-driven tools are aiding students with disabilities by providing real-time transcription and captioning, enabling them to participate fully in educational activities.

Social Services and Public Safety

Law enforcement and social service agencies are leveraging AI to enhance public safety and welfare. Predictive policing models help law enforcement agencies allocate resources more effectively to prevent crime. Social service agencies use AI to identify at-risk individuals, ensuring that vulnerable populations receive the support they need. These applications of AI help reduce crime rates and improve social services.

Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

AI technologies have made significant strides in improving the lives of people with disabilities. Speech recognition, natural language processing and computer vision have enabled more accessible digital interfaces, communication devices and assistive technologies. These innovations empower individuals with disabilities, enabling them to participate more fully in society.

Meet the 2023 AI Awards Finalists

Best Application of AI to achieve Social Good

Analytics Engines

For their AI solution in monitoring marine life populations to improve object detection and tracking in seabed imagery. It has transformed the AFBI’s (Agri-Food and BioSciences Institute) processes and demonstrated the potential of AI in ecological research.

Cilter Technologies

For the development of their embedded software to protect children from cyberbullying and online grooming. Their unique system operates at a deep level, blocking harmful messages and notifying parents, aiming to make smartphones safer for children.

SEURO project

For ProInsight, an AI-based tool aimed to help healthcare organisations assess readiness, predict the impact and make informed decisions regarding the implementation of digital health solutions for patients with multiple chronic conditions.

Soapbox Labs

For tackling the global literacy crisis. They provide accurate and equitable voice AI that helps teachers assess and support students reading proficiency. They aim to deliver over 100 million voice-powered learning experiences to children worldwide.

The transformative impact of AI for societal good is already evident in various sectors. It is improving healthcare, helping to protect the environment, enhancing disaster response, expanding educational opportunities, increasing public safety and fostering accessibility for persons with disabilities to name just a few. As AI continues to advance, its potential for positive change in society grows exponentially.

However, it is crucial to approach the deployment of AI for societal good with ethical considerations and transparency. Ensuring that AI systems are developed and used in a manner that respects privacy, fairness and accountability is paramount.

When used thoughtfully and responsibly, AI has the power to address some of the most pressing challenges facing our world. By harnessing the potential of AI for societal good, we can work toward a brighter and more inclusive future for all.

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Don’t miss the opportunity to enlighten your team and stakeholders. Book a presentation today and explore how innovation is positively impacting your industry.

AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution

AI Ireland are excited to unveil our new book, “AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution,” which is now accessible for purchase on Amazon. For executives, policy architects, or technology aficionados seeking to make sense of the intricate world of AI, “AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution” is your essential handbook. Now available on Amazon Kindle or hard copy, this book furnishes you with the expertise and instruments required to employ AI both effectively and ethically.

Limited tickets remain for the 2023 AI Awards.

The fifth annual AI Awards takes place on Tuesday November 21st at the Gibson Hotel. This is an exciting opportunity to connect and network with over 200 AI and Data professionals across the island of Ireland and hear from some of the most exciting AI applications across industry and academia spanning 12 award categories.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get your tickets now! Sale ends November 17th but limited tickets remain so head over to aiawards.ie/tickets or Eventbrite to book your seat today!

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2023 AI Awards Finalists Announced!!

AI Ireland is delighted to announce this year’s finalists for the fifth annual AI Awards, which will take place on Tuesday, November 21st at the Gibson Hotel in Dublin’s Docklands.

The Awards, which are part of the not-for-profit organisation AI Ireland, support the growth and development of Data Science, Machine learning and Artificial Intelligence in Ireland. There will be 12 awards handed out at the awards ceremony this year, including a brand new award for the Best Application of AI in Sustainability.

Mark Kelly, Founder of AI Ireland, congratulated all the finalists for helping Ireland’s thriving AI community. “I’m deeply impressed by the strides we’ve made in Artificial Intelligence,” he said. “The AI Awards 2023 are not just accolades; they spotlight the ingenuity and vision that set Ireland’s AI community apart. Our finalists are not merely technologists; they are change-makers elevating Ireland to global prominence in AI. Congratulations to all; your work is redefining Ireland’s role on the global AI stage.”

Microsoft Ireland is the headline sponsor for the 2023 AI Awards, which is also proudly sponsored by Alldus International, Mazars, GlobalLogic, Mason Hayes & Curran, Dublin City Council, IDA Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace.

Meet the 2023 Finalists

Best Application of AI to Achieve Social Good

Analytics Engines – for their AI solution in monitoring marine life populations to improve object detection and tracking in seabed imagery. It has transformed the AFBI’s (Agri-Food and BioSciences Institute) processes and demonstrated the potential of AI in ecological research.

Cilter Technologies – for the development of their embedded software to protect children from cyberbullying and online grooming. Their unique system operates at a deep level, blocking harmful messages and notifying parents, aiming to make smartphones safer for children. 

SEURO – for ProInsight, an AI-based tool aimed to help healthcare organisations assess readiness, predict the impact and make informed decisions regarding the implementation of digital health solutions for patients with multiple chronic conditions. 

Soapbox Labs – for tackling the global literacy crisis. They provide accurate and equitable voice AI that helps teachers assess and support students’ reading proficiency. They aim to deliver over 100 million voice-powered learning experiences to children worldwide. 

Best Use of Responsible AI and Ethics

ESB – for using responsible AI and ethical considerations combined with geospatial data, image processing and model deployment to classify electrical towers based on accessibility levels with the aim of improving tower management, safety and cost-efficiency.

Getvisibility –  for addressing the challenge of managing unstructured legacy data. Their platform classifies data and ensures trustworthiness through explainable AI models impacting over 150 enterprise customers globally, by promoting data security and compliance.

Soapbox Labs – for the development of unbiased voice AI for educational tools to address the literacy crisis, with a focus on equity in data handling and modelling. They’ve earned recognition for mitigating AI bias and aim to empower teachers and students worldwide.

Webio – for addressing debt collection challenges with empathetic, privacy-first and customizable conversational interactions. By addressing customer needs ethically, they enhance customer engagement, agent efficiency and financial outcomes. 

Best Application of AI in a Large Enterprise

ACI Worldwide – for their work in relying on accurate Interchange Cost forecasting for its pricing strategy. Their innovative approach uses Machine Learning models to adapt to changes and improve accuracy, empowering analysts for data-driven decisions.

Dell Technologies – for their Managed Services (DTMS) team’s collaboration with Service Operations Applied Science and Engineering (SOAS) to employ an ML-powered Multi-Layered Framework to enhance incident management and reduce ticket handling times. 

Etsy – for employing Machine Learning to enhance content moderation. By replacing manual heuristics with ML models, Etsy doubled precision and recall while maintaining a human-in-the-loop approach, ensuring safe and quality user-generated content at scale. 

ICON plc – for their Cassandra platform, which employs powerful machine learning models to predict FDA and EMA post-marketing requirements (PMRs) with 99% and 97% accuracy, helping pharmaceutical companies plan clinical trials effectively and reduce risks.

AI Person of the Year

Ciaran Gilligan-Lee – Head of Spotify’s Causal Inference Lab in Dublin, Ciaran’s primary focus is on advancing causal ML techniques to understand cause and effect in data, enabling more informed decision-making. 

Conrad Bernath – Head of Speech and Machine Learning at T-Pro, Conrad’s significant contributions to AI solutions in healthcare documentation include leveraging his data science background to streamline processes and improve patient outcomes. 

Luca Longo – for his innovative research in xAI, focusing on making AI models more interpretable and transparent which has the potential to impact human-AI interaction, responsible AI development, human capacity, international engagement and the economy. 

Maria Aretoulaki – Head of Conversational and Generative AI Design at GlobalLogic UK&I, Maria’s hybrid approach, combining linguistics with computer science, has led to innovative solutions in text summarization and conversational AI. 

Women in AI Person of the Year

Amy Awad – Co-founder of Opa Mind and LeanIn Ltd, Amy champions diversity and mental health in AI, earning global recognition, awards and speaking engagements. Her visionary leadership and ethical approach make her a trailblazer in the field of AI.

Gilyana Borlikova – Data Science Manager at ICON plc, Gilyana has pioneered impactful AI solutions for clinical trials, including the award-winning OneSearch system. A trailblazer for women in AI, her work reduces costs, improves efficiency and promotes innovation.

Nicole Baker – CEO of Biologit, Nicole is a seasoned professional in pharmacovigilance, with extensive experience in regulatory compliance and financial management. She is a leader in driving innovation, as well as promoting gender diversity and ethical AI in safety surveillance. 

Rena Maycock – CEO of Cilter, Rena leads a startup developing child protection software for smartphones, addressing cyberbullying and grooming. She’s a respected columnist advocating for women in tech, lobbies for funding equality, and mentors aspiring female founders.

Young AI Role Model of the Year

Ana Le Chevillier – for playing a pivotal role in the AI_PREMie project, which aims to transform preeclampsia diagnosis and risk assessment. Ana’s skills encompass data science and ethical AI, and she envisions leveraging AI for early disease detection and management in healthcare.

Chenyang Lyu – A final year PhD student at DCU with an impressive track record of research, particularly in the application of pre-trained Large Language Models to Question & Answering and Multi-modal tasks, resulting in over 15 publications in prestigious conferences and journals.

Conor Kelly – Head of Growth at Humanloop, Conor developed TaxBot, an AI Irish Tax Advisor, scoring over 80% in Irish Chartered Accounting Exams. Their solution addresses hallucination issues in AI and aims to impact the Irish tax advisory sector, offering a free, open-source tool. 

Meghana Rathi – for her significant contributions, including a novel algorithm combining reinforcement learning and control engineering. She led IBM’s role in the PLANET project, explored AI’s potential in COVID diagnosis and actively promotes diversity in tech.

Best Application of AI in Sustainability

Analytics Engines – for their work in partnership with the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) to develop an AI system for seabed object detection and tracking with the aim of improving analysis accuracy, reducing costs and setting new industry standards. 

Gemmo.ai – for developing an API for noise source identification to address noise pollution in Dublin and beyond to improve health and enhance the quality of life. It’s their vision to create a world where environmental surveillance safeguards the planet.

HireCompare – a 2023 startup aiming to revolutionise the traditional plant hire industry in Ireland by providing a digital, green and AI-driven platform that offers environmentally friendly alternatives, connects consumers with plant hire companies and promotes climate awareness.

ReLeafHubs – for using AI-driven solutions, including the myRWH.app recommender system and AI Digital Twins (AIDTs) to transform Remote Working Hubs (RWHs) in Ireland with the aim of reducing carbon emissions, boosting local economies and improving work-life balance. 

Best Application of AI in Healthcare

Embedded.Systems@UCC Group for their project which addresses neonatal mortality in low-income countries caused by heart and brain issues. It employs AI to interpret physiological signals, improving early detection and healthcare access.

Global Logic & Head Diagnostics for their HDx Neuro AI Platform which addresses late diagnosis and poor management of Parkinson’s Disease and other neurological conditions. It offers digital biomarkers and AI to enable early detection and personalised treatment. 

Kine-Mo – for addressing the challenge of quantifying athlete movement using 3D pose estimation technology. It offers precise measurements for coaching, injury prevention and athlete development with the aim of revolutionising human movement analysis in sports. 

LeanIn Wellness Ltd. – for addressing growing health issues related to obesity by offering a holistic wellness platform powered by AI. It covers mental, physical and spiritual health, using personalised tools and innovative lean methodology. 

Best Application of AI in a Startup

Data Science Wizards – for UnifyAI, which solves complex AI development challenges for enterprises, offering an integrated, automated, and open-source platform. It accelerates AI adoption and reduces costs, with a solid commitment to security and societal impact.

Galvia – for addressing the University of Galway’s pandemic-induced challenges with an AI-driven student engagement platform named Cara. It helped reduce staff workload by 40%, saving 1500+ hours, and instantly resolved 84% of student queries. 

Socialvoice.ai – for developing an AI solution to analyse video content, focusing on spoken words, sentiments and more. Their innovation fills the gap in video analysis, aiding marketers and brands to understand their market, competitors and influencers better. 

Whyze Health – for their work in aiming to solve the problem of fragmented and inaccessible health data using AI. Their platform transforms health records into digital assets, benefiting patients, healthcare providers and pharma/medtech companies.

Best Application of AI in an Academic Research Body

AI & Cognitive Load Research Lab, TU Dublin – Led by Dr. Luca Longo for their research focused on enhancing the interpretability and transparency of ML models with the aim to make AI models more understandable and compliant with ethical and regulatory standards.

Embedded Systems@UCC Group – for addressing high neonatal mortality from heart and brain diseases in low-income countries. It employs AI-assisted sound analysis to detect congenital heart defects and seizures, enhancing medical diagnosis and potentially saving lives.

ReLeafHubs, CeADAR – Led by Dr. Alireza Dehghani, ReLeafHubs proposes an innovative solution for Remote Working Hubs (RWHs) using AI-driven recommender systems and AI Digital Twins (AIDTs) to promote sustainability and reduce commuting in Ireland.

Tyndall National Institute – for their project aimed to develop a miniaturised wearable device with advanced machine learning algorithms for precise Parkinson’s Disease (PD) diagnosis and blood pressure estimation with the goal of improving PD assessment and treatment.

Best Application of AI in a Student Project

Balaji Padmanathan, UCD – for his project focusing on optimising electric vehicle charging station locations in Dublin, with the aim of making Dublin more sustainable and serving as a model for global efforts to combat climate change and promote responsible urban development.

Chenyang Lyu, DCU – for his research in addressing limitations in Large Language Models (LLMs) for Question Answering, focusing on integrating semantic and multimodal knowledge utilising his skills in NLP, unsupervised learning, multi-modal AI and mitigating bias in AI models. 

Jamie Ellis de Paor, MTU – for his research project addressing the challenge of providing training data for indoor robotics by creating a Unity-based semantic segmentation simulator. The project aims to advance indoor autonomous robotics, potentially impacting various industries. 

Lan Wei, UCD – for Epi-AI, an AI-powered tool for automated seizure detection in mouse EEG data, enhancing efficiency and objectivity in epilepsy research. It accelerates drug development and fosters global collaboration, promising advancements in treatment.

Best Use of AI in a Consumer/Customer Service Application

GlobalLogic – for their Generative AI-Based Knowledge Operator – powered by Natural Language Processing and content generation – which enhances user access to information, fosters collaboration and adapts to user queries. 

Lip – for addressing the challenge of language barriers in content creation by using AI to generate lip movements that make it appear as if you can speak another language. It aims to help creators reach broader language markets quickly. 

Tax World – for Ezylia, which addresses the complex issue of obtaining clear tax information with a personal AI assistant. They employ OpenAI’s ChatGPT, regex and Python to efficiently answer tax questions, simplify tax topics and reduce research time for professionals. 

Webio – for leveraging data analysis and custom language models to enhance customer engagement and agent efficiency. They achieved a 10% boost in collections performance and expanded client relationships while prioritising ethical AI and data control.

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The fifth annual AI Awards takes place on Tuesday November 21st at the Gibson Hotel. This is an exciting opportunity to connect and network with over 200 AI and Data professionals across the island of Ireland and hear from some of the most exciting AI applications across industry and academia spanning 12 award categories.

Don’t miss the opportunity to book your ticket today! Head over to aiawards.ie/tickets or Eventbrite to book your seat now! Sale ends November 17th.

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Best Application of AI in Sustainability: Meet the 2023 Finalists

In an era marked by environmental challenges and the pressing need for sustainable solutions, Artificial Intelligence has emerged as a transformative force. From reducing carbon emissions to enhancing resource management, AI is playing a pivotal role in reshaping the way we approach sustainability.

This article explores the profound impact of AI on sustainability, highlighting some of the ways in which this powerful technology is driving positive change. We will also take a closer look at the nominated companies in the Best Application of AI in Sustainability category for the 2023 AI Awards.

Smart Resource Management

One of the most significant contributions of AI to sustainability is in the efficient management of resources. AI-driven solutions are capable of analysing vast datasets to optimise resource consumption. This is particularly crucial in areas like energy management, where AI can adjust heating, cooling and lighting systems in buildings, reducing energy waste and cutting carbon emissions.

Wildlife Conservation

AI is also being harnessed for wildlife conservation efforts. AI-powered cameras and drones can monitor endangered species in remote locations, helping researchers gather crucial data on population trends and habitat usage. This technology assists in devising more effective conservation strategies and combating illegal poaching.

Sustainable Agriculture

AI-driven precision agriculture is making farming more sustainable. By collecting data on soil quality, weather conditions and crop health, AI can optimize the use of resources like water and fertiliser. This not only reduces waste but also increases crop yields, ensuring food security for a growing global population.

Disaster Response

In times of environmental crises, AI can play a crucial role in disaster response. AI-driven predictive models can help authorities anticipate and prepare for natural disasters. Additionally, AI-powered drones and robots can be used for search and rescue missions, reducing human risk.

Sustainability in Business

In the corporate world, AI is transforming sustainability efforts. Companies are using AI to analyse their supply chains and reduce their environmental footprint. From reducing packaging waste to optimising logistics, AI helps businesses meet their sustainability goals while improving their bottom lines.

Meet the 2023 AI Awards Finalists

Best Application of AI in Sustainability

Analytics Engines

For their work in partnership with the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute(AFBI) to develop an AI system for seabed object detection and tracking with the aim of improving analysis accuracy, reducing costs and setting new industry standards.

Gemmo AI

For developing an API for noise source identification to address noise pollution in Dublin and beyond to improve health and enhance the quality of life. It’s their vision to create a world where environmental surveillance safeguards the planet.

HireCompare

A 2023 startup aiming to revolutionise the traditional plant hire industry in Ireland by providing a digital, green and AI-driven platform that offers environmentally friendly alternatives, connects consumers with plant hire companies and promotes climate awareness.

ReLeafHubs

For using AI-driven solutions, including the myRWH.app recommender system and AI Digital Twins (AIDTs) to transform Remote Working Hubs (RWHs) in Ireland with the aim of reducing carbon emissions, boosting local economies and improving work-life balance.

The impact of AI on sustainability is undeniable. With its ability to analyse, predict and optimise, AI is driving innovative solutions that are not only environmentally friendly but also economically viable. 

As we continue to face global challenges related to climate change and resource scarcity, AI offers a promising path towards a more sustainable future. By harnessing the power of AI, we can address these challenges head-on and pave the way for a greener, more resilient planet.

Book an AI Presentation today

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AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution

AI Ireland are excited to unveil our new book, “AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution,” which is now accessible for purchase on Amazon. For executives, policy architects, or technology aficionados seeking to make sense of the intricate world of AI, “AI Unleashed: Navigating the AI Revolution” is your essential handbook. Now available on Amazon Kindle or hard copy, this book furnishes you with the expertise and instruments required to employ AI both effectively and ethically.

Early Bird Tickets Now on Sale for the 2023 AI Awards.

The fifth annual AI Awards takes place on Tuesday November 21st at the Gibson Hotel. This is an exciting opportunity to connect and network with over 200 AI and Data professionals across the island of Ireland and hear from some of the most exciting AI applications across industry and academia spanning 12 award categories.

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E113 An Overview of the AI Awards 2023 Applications (Part 1)

 

Welcome to episode E113 of the AI Ireland podcast, the show that explores the applications and research of Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on the island of Ireland.