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The adoption and use of Artificial intelligence (AI) is burgeoning across the world and Northern Ireland is no exception.  The AI Research Centre at School of Computing in Ulster University was established in 2020. AIRC’s vision is to advance AI to help new business models and ventures, to enable an intelligent society, empower citizens and to support a sustainable future. AIRC’s mission is to engage stakeholders and users, to develop cutting-edge AI theories, algorithms and tools, and to create and deploy state of the art AI solutions to practical problems through alignment with university, local, national and European initiatives.

On behalf of Dr Jun Liu, Director of AIRC, you are invited to our first annual Northern Ireland-focused AIRC Workshop, which will showcase AIRC research and activities to enhance understanding of our research, help setup links with community, public and private sector organisations, to discuss opportunities for collaboration and to provide a forum for easily accessible best practice and advice.

If you are a large or small company, third or public sector organisation, or just any kind of organisation with data, then come along and learn how we can help you translate those data into insights and actionable knowledge for your business.

We’ll also tell you about funding that is available to help support engagement with us, including Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, Innovation Vouchers and more.

For more information on the programme, click the register button below.

Belfast Campus Location

The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city, the Cathedral Quarter.

Find out more about our Belfast Campus.

Campus Address

Ulster University,
2-24 York Street,
BT15 1AP

T: 02870 123 456

Event info

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Friday 29 April

9am to 2pm


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