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Creation of the UK’s first National Robotarium reaches a significant milestone after business case approved by Edinburgh and South East of Scotland City Region Deal Joint Committee.
University of Edinburgh scientists are to collaborate with three major Japanese research institutes on artificial intelligence and robotics.
University of Edinburgh researchers have used Artificial Intelligence to analyse a digital archive of Fringe listings, and to imagine a series of mind-bending online spectacles.
Opportunity for Scottish-based start-ups to engage with the Data Driven Entrepreneurship (DDE) programme, part of the Data Driven Innovation initiative (Edinburgh and SE Scotland City Region Deal).
A cutting-edge grain analysis project has won £366,000 in innovation funding under the Defra Farming Innovation Programme from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
This transaction creates the industry's high-performance and adaptive computing leader, combining a highly complementary set of products, customers and markets with differentiated IP and world-class talent.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise powers the Edinburgh International Data Facility with software, HPC and AI solutions.
SRUC has teamed up with NVIDIA, the world’s leading AI company, to accelerate the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in the agrifood sector.
Two entrepreneurial tenant companies within Midlothian Science Zone are among 12 innovations selected for the next University of Edinburgh AI Accelerator.
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