AI Innovation Webinar Part II
The UK is home to some of the world’s strongest university research groups in AI such as Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford and UCL and lie at the heart of the key UK AI clusters, each with experience of nurturing successful AI start-ups. (e.g. London – Deep Mind; Cambridge – SwiftKey; Oxford – Deep Blue Labs; Edinburgh – Skyscanner)
The British Embassy in Oslo and the UK’s Department for International Trade together with UK’s Science & Innovation Network would like to invite Nordic and Baltic-based companies, researchers and investors to the second part of its AI innovation webinar.
The event series aims to facilitate partnership building and knowledge sharing in an area that is rapidly developing, and this second event will focus on:
- Scientific demonstrations of the use of AI in research
- Insights into major opportunities in AI innovation and commercialization
The first part of the webinar provided a general overview of the AI sector deal, policy, and the AI roadmap, as well as insights into the UK AI ecosystem. If you missed the live event or would like to revisit it, you can still access the event website, watch the webinar on-demand, and navigate through the slides.
Photo: Franki Chamaki