Smart Homes with BHS

The town of Toro, Zamora, will have the largest industrial complex of China National Building Materials (CNBM) in Spain.

More good news for researchers

Having closely followed the projects of the “SFI Centres for Research Training” programme, managed by Science Foundation Ireland, I am pleased to learn that an additional 100 million euros have been allocated to support research, with the opening of 6 new SFI centres.

Spain: The Robot Factory

In an interview with the EFE Agency in Castilla y León I had the chance to speak out about the importance of Artificial Intelligence and the use of robots today.

Digital creation and artificial intelligence

We have once again received Miki Ueno in our group. She comes from the Toyohashi University of Technology and will continue working on our digital creation and artificial intelligence project.

The promotion of French entrepreneurship in Castile and León. Knowledge transfer

I had the honour of participating in a meeting with French companies based in Castile and León.

Artificial Intelligence: Interview on USAL Radio’s Eureka Program

A few days ago I participated in the Eureka program on scientific research, I had a very relaxed conversation with José Guillermo Sánchez, we talked about the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Blockchain and how we, at the BISITE group, implement those and other technologies.

The My-TRAC project to improve travel experience

We’ve all had a negative experience with a travel company or a transport service at some point in our lives.  In some cases, service providers are directly responsible for these shortcomings while in others the company has no fault due to events that are beyond its control.

An innovative programme that will contract 700 postgraduate students: an opportunity to do your thesis in top institutions in Ireland

Today we received excellent news, the call for “SFI Centres for Research Training Programme”, extraordinarily well managed by the Science Foundation Ireland, has been approved.

Conference at the Plymouth Marine Laboratory

I was delighted to return to the Plymouth Marine Laboratory to give a talk on artificial intelligence. I first went there in 1994 to work as a computer programmer and that is where I learned about research from Jim Aiken, whom you see in the photograph with me.