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Google DeepMind won the Innovation Lions Grand Prix for AlphaGo, a computing system that for the first time beat the best human player at Go, an ancient game that is much more complex than chess. The Artificial Intelligence system was developed in the U.K. by DeepMind, a company acquired by Google in 2014.

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Nadia Berthouze's aim is to create sensors that can read their users’ levels of pain and use that information to tailor a therapy. ‘Our work focuses on recognising the pain emotion using body movements and muscle activity'.

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Analysis The ability to think logically and to reason is key to intelligence. When this can be replicated in machines, it will no doubt make AI smarter.

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Google is using its DeepMind computing system to search for early signs of diabetic retinopathy and neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD). The research has the potential to revolutionise the way professionals carry out eye tests.

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A spin-out company from the University of Oxford called Oxbotica has developed a new software system for making regular cars into driverless vehicles. The team plans for the software to be used to control not just autonomous cars, but warehouse robots, forklifts, and self-driving public transport vehicles.

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Blue Vision Labs are developing new, ground-breaking technology that solves some of the most important problems in robotics, self-driving cars, augmented reality and drones.

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Deep Learning for Embedded Devices: The Next Step in Privacy-Preserving High-Precision Mobile Health and Wellbeing Tools. Nic Lane's research is aiming to completely change how mobile sensor data is processed -- and in turn, what mobile health tools are capable of -- in the next generation of embedded and wearable devices.

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Given a single example of a texture, Dmitry Ulyanov and team's approach trains compact feed-forward convolutional networks to generate multiple samples of the same texture of arbitrary size and to transfer artistic style from a given image to any other image.

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IBM Watson A.I. Xprize: A Cognitive Computing Competition: will invite teams from around the globe to come up with their own challenges that demonstrate A.I.’s potential to positively impact people’s lives.

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Dr Meng has a wide research interests including digital signal processing, machine learning, human computer interaction, computer vision, image processing and embedded systems. He is also a member of Human Centred Design Institute (HCDI) at Bunel University London.

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Terence Broad from Goldsmiths, University of London is applying artificial neural networks to reconstruct films — by training them to reconstruct individual frames from films, and then getting them to reconstruct every frame in a given film and resequencing it.

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