Month: October 2019

Society and AI go hand in hand

I recently had the opportunity to work with Dr. Karamjit S Gill from AI and Society, at the University of Cambridge. Dr. Karamjit is Emeritus Professor at the University of Brighton, and is also a member of the Interdisciplinary Performance Research Network. 

Ireland – An innovative form of financing research

I would like to congratulate my colleagues at Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) for the extraordinary programme they have set in motion, called Artificial Intelligence for Societal Good Challenge.

Smart Cities and Free Zones in Doha

Qatar is now in the process of developing a number of smart cities. The two most popular are the cities of Lusail and Doha, whose very centre is the Souq Waqif.

Large Interest in AI and its Applications in Panama

It has been a pleasure for me to present a key note at the 7th International Engineering Sciences and Technology Conference (IESTEC), held in Panama. I met with some of my former PhD students there, they now lead a research group and conduct outstanding projects at the Technological University of Panama.

Intelfin

Fintech for safer investments

The IntelFin project strives to aid investors. It applies Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to perform advanced analysis on non-listed companies and SMEs, assessing their situation with real and accurate data.

Qatar Foundation

Qatar Foundation: A benchmark in research and transfer funding

The Qatar Foundation is possibly one of the best known foundations in the world because of the amount of funds it allocates to the development of sport, health, education, etc. This institution has countless departments and it is an honour for me to collaborate with it and participate in its project evaluation processes.

BISITE’s biomedical research and the application of Machine Learning techniques

The diseases that pose a challenge to today’s medicine have, to a large extent, a genetic origin or component. Therein the importance of early detection of genetic factors that may trigger the development of a disease.