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It's too easy to pay lip service to explainable AI. Unless you bake XAI in to your systems you could be storing up trouble for later. This blog explains how we do that through our guiding principles.  I’ve written before about how ethics impacted the early...

We opened an office in Bletchley Park recently. It’s quite a special place which helped to shorten the Second World War and saved countless lives as a consequence of its top-secret work. Famous alumni included Tommy Flowers and Alan Turing, the latter more famous than...

Argumentation is an incredibly complex area of language – so much so that philosophers have devoted millennia to studying it. Simple questions, such as what makes a debate successful, and which assumptions are legitimate, have very challenging answers. This is why the field is so interesting...

Multi-award-winning Professor Roberto Navigli from Sapienza University of Rome joins CEO Dr Mark K. Smith to discuss his NLP research (part 1) and his latest project, BabelNet® (part 2)- the largest multi-lingual semantic network, encyclopedic dictionary and knowledge repository for multi-lingual applications. Roberto Navigli is a...

Multi-award-winning Professor Roberto Navigli from Sapienza University of Rome joins CEO Dr Mark K. Smith to discuss his NLP research (part 1) and his latest project, BabelNet® (part 2)- the largest multi-lingual semantic network, encyclopedic dictionary and knowledge repository for multi-lingual applications. Roberto Navigli is a...

Nick Jennings, Vice Provost (Research & Enterprise) at Imperial College, has been an AI researcher for more than 30 years and has seen the peaks and troughs in the field. He has encountered years where there was a huge amount of funding and interest, as...

With more than 300 papers and 12 books in his portfolio, Michael Luck, the executive dean of the faculty of natural and mathematical sciences at King’s College London, is pioneering research into how multi-agent systems can be used to solve a huge array of challenges....

18 February 2019 LONDON and WASHINGTON, D.C. -- ContactEngine, the next generation Customer Engagement Hub technology specialising in outbound conversational artificial intelligence (AI), has opened new offices at Bletchley Park. Bletchley Park is famous for being home to the British Intelligence team responsible for breaking the German...

So this is Christmas and what have you done? Another year over and a new one just (about to) beg(i)un. Oh I do like a famous quote. So here’s one from someone who isn’t a Beatle – the Nobel Laureate Nils Bohr once said "Prediction is...

Press Release 19 December 2018 LONDON and WASHINGTON, D.C. -- ContactEngine, the next generation Customer Engagement Hub technology, welcome AI and argument technology expert Professor Chris Reed to their Artificial Intelligence Advisory Board. Chris is Professor of Computer Science and Philosophy at the University of Dundee, Scotland, where...

Laura van Beers interviews Emma Hart, Professor of Natural Computation at Edinburgh Napier University. Topics cover questions such as: What is evolutionary computation? What industries are using evolutionary computation to their advantage? Will humanity ever find an algorithm that is truly able to learn, adapt and...

I’m not very good at parties. I’m not sure why, but I think it’s the random nature of conversation. If it’s a work thing then the conversation is likely to be constrained by the context. So, if I’m speaking at an AI event, about say...

In mid-October, MIT announced a $1bn investment in a computing college devoted to AI[1]. It's the latest in a series of headlines that will have many chief executives wondering if they should be investing in AI and where it might make a difference for them....