CeADAR is seeking an experienced individual with more than 6 years of experience and demonstrated successful track record in applied data science.   See more

CeADAR Ireland are excited to launch the new CeADARConnect Programme that offers Irish companies an opportunity to have a CeADAR data scientist work with them on a data analytics/AI problem or project and to help enhance data solutions for SMEs.  See more

CeADAR is front and centre of a major collaborative project across Europe in designing a new Human-Centered AI Masters programme.  See more

AI and other digital technologies are central to all aspects of business and society.   “AI: Here for Good” is a national AI strategy for Irish business and society and will offer a roadmap to develop a more technologically responsive, ethical and human-centric design and development of digital technologies.  See more

Knowledge Transfer Ireland, an initiative by the Government of Ireland, has compiled a document to help Irish Enterprise with their Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) journey.    This handbook navigates the systems and supports available to companies.  See more

CeADAR Ireland hosted a community event alongside DIH-World where they looked at an exploration of real-world applications of AI in Manufacturing. With Dr. Sooyoun Seo (Dawn Farm) as our keynote speaker, a case study from Brendan Sheppard (SmartFactory) and an example of international best practices from Prof. Pekka Toivanen (DigiCenterNS DIH, UEF) this event offered practical examples for applied AI in manufacturing setting.  See more

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The future for the agri sector will see farmers using satellite data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create a new world of precision farming and reach sustainable agriculture goals.  See more

CeADAR, Ireland’s Centre for Applied AI, has developed a new system which utilises Artificial Intelligence to accurately predict the amount of renewable energy that will be produced at wind farms.  See more

A new project to improve stem cell manufacturing using Artificial Intelligence (AI) could have lasting impacts for the health sector.  See more

During 2020, Technology Centres have played an important role in the fight against Covid-19.  Technology Centres have been active in gaining necessary funding to support Irish companies in their R&D efforts.  See more

The InterQ European project will drive the competitiveness of the European industrial environment through the use of digital technologies and artificial intelligence. It will improve the quality of manufacturing across a range of industries, including aeronautics, energy and automotive.   See more

A team from CeADAR – Ireland’s national centre for Applied Data Analytics & AI – has been selected as a Global Nominee in the NASA International Space Apps Challenge.  NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, which started in 2012, has become the world’s largest global hackathon with thousands of people across the globe using NASA’s open data to build innovative solutions for challenges we face on Earth and in space.  See more here

Ireland’s applied Artificial Intelligence (AI) centre has offered its expert scientists and researchers to help companies, government agencies, medical centres or charities in the fight against Covid-19.  See more

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