Go deep to maximise IT profits, says Havok co-founder

Steve Collins, who has spent the past two years as a partner with Frontline Ventures, said the clarity of the benefits of deep learning made it appealing to businesses

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
13th January, 2019
Steve Collins

Havok co-founder Steve Collins sees deep learning as the most exciting area in IT for the year ahead, with Irish business Artomatix standing out to him as holding significant potential.

Collins, who has spent the past two years as a partner with Frontline Ventures, said the clarity of the benefits of deep learning made it appealing to businesses.

“It’s about harnessing data that enterprises have been stockpiling for years. Data science was the prelude to...

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