Data Science Investment Counter —Funding raised by UK data science companies in 2018.
£ 5.640 Million
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Intel and Alibaba have announced at CES 2019 a partnership on developing artificial intelligence (AI) technology for 3D-tracking of athletes during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The partnership will bring together Intel hardware and the Alibaba cloud, allowing coaches to extract biomechanical data during training and competition “without the use of special sensors or suits”, Intel […]

Intel sold $1 billion (roughly £775 million) of artificial intelligence (AI) processor chips in 2017, the company announced on Wednesday. Since PC sales have declined steadily in the last six years globally, the company has turned a substantial part of its sales efforts to data centres, which provide computing power for mobile and web-based apps. […]

Intel has gifted Artificial Intelligence researchers with a new set of free tools. During an AI Conference in San Francisco, the chipmaking giant announced the new Nervana DevCloud, a cloud platform where developers, researchers and startups will be able to experiment with hardware and software tools for their AI projects. The platform’s compute power will be provided by Intel’s Xeon processors. […]

European consumers are not into self-driving cars as much as carmakers and Silicon Valley giants would like them to be, but the UK’s enthusiasm  offers a glimpse of hope. According to City A.M., a global survey of 22,000 people by consultancy Deloitte revealed the continent’s sentiment regarding autonomous vehicle—finding that consumers in France, Belgium, Germany and Italy have […]

Apple is tipped to be finally joining the Partnership on AI— a club of tech giants researching artificial intelligence, launched in September 2016 by Amazon, Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft, and IBM. The group’s stated goals are “to study and formulate best practices on AI technologies, to advance the public’s understanding of AI, and to serve as an open platform […]

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced the company he helms is going to spend $250 million on developing self-driving cars over the next couple of years. The revelation was made during a speech at Los Angeles Auto Show Automobility. While the sum is considerable, it is safe to assume the semiconductors giant will mostly focus on […]

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