Trinity researchers secure €365,000 funding for AI research
The funding will be used to develop a platform to aid large multinationals with compliance
A team of researchers at Trinity College Dublin has secured €365,000 in funding to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to address compliance and ethics issues at large multinationals.
A new business, IntegrityIQ, has been developed for the project and will operate as a spin-out of the Trinity Business School. It will be supported by the Learnovate Centre at the university. The funding was granted under Enterprise Ireland’s commercialisation fund. The product will be developed ...