Monday February 24, 2020

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The crossover between academia and business has been a fertile one for the field of artificial intelligence, where business applications are only now coming into their own following decades of research, writes Jason Walsh

25th June, 2017

Barry Smyth is not your typical university professor. Of course, he teaches and is engaged in research at UCD, but there is more to Smyth than this. He also co-founded the internet business Changing Worlds, now Amdocs Changing Worlds, in 1999. Given his own crossover from academia to business, it is perhaps unsurprising that Smyth, who will be giving the keynote speech at the Data Science Awards in September, heads up the Insight Centre for...

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