Data Science Investment Counter —Funding raised by UK data science companies in 2017 as of today
£ 342.935 Million
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  DeepMind has announced that the latest version of its Go-playing artificial intelligence has learnt to excel at the board game without help from humans. Alphabet-owned (but London-based) AI lab DeepMind hit the headlines last year when its programme AlphaGo defeated top-class Go player Lee Sedol; since then , the AI has repeatedly triumphed over some […]

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Rogue Artificial Intelligences can be concocted by fiddling with training data, scientists have found. A group of researchers from the New York University have discovered that manipulating the datasets used to train neural networks may result in  the creation of malicious AI systems. At the core of this issue, the researchers say, is the fact that a growing […]

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Processor manufacturer Graphcore  revealed to have received an investment from multinational computer tech giant Dell, via its venture arm Dell Technologies Capital. Dell had already backed the Bristol-based startup in its £25 million Series A round in October 2016— together with corporate investors Bosch and Samsung and VC firms Amadeus, Foundation, Pitango, Draper Esprit and C4 […]

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AI no longer belongs to the realm of science fiction. From voice recognition to self driving cars and medical diagnosis, ‘artificial intelligence’ has, in just the last few years, woven its way into our lives at work and at home. Part of this step change is due to the evolution of AI from the domain […]

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Google DeepMind has created a program able to navigate the London Underground by combining deep learning and a computerised short-term memory. The London-based company published a paper on Nature detailing the invention of a “differentiable neural computer” (DNC), a system that overcomes the limitations of standard neural networks. Neural networks are algorithms—modelled after biological neurons—which are […]

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Yahoo! is not exactly going through a great period, what with the Verizon paltry buyout and the massive data hack, but it is still hell-bent on helping you spot bawdy images. Yahoo! engineering team have just open-sourced a system using convolutional neural networks (CNN) to detect “Not Suitable for Work” (NSFW) images. While, on the Internet, […]

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