Artificial intelligence is constantly evolving and spreading in every industry, and with so many groundbreaking innovations pushing the industry forward, technology is constantly making headlines every day.
Artificial intelligence refers to programs or systems that perform intelligent tasks such as those of human minds, such as learning, inference and judgment, and its applications range from automation systems and translation to natural languages that people use daily to image recognition systems that help in recognizing faces and letters from images. Today, artificial intelligence is used in various forms that include digital assistants, chatbots, and machine learning among others.
Here’s a look at 5 of the world’s most prominent research laboratories for artificial intelligence that are leading research and development and related technologies:
Alan Turing Institute:
It is the National Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, with its headquarters in London. The institute was established as the National Institute of Data Science in 2015, and in 2017 as a result of a government recommendation, it added artificial intelligence to its competence.
Comprised of 13 UK universities and councils for engineering research and physical sciences in the UK, the institute helps make the UK the best place in the world for data science, AI research, collaboration and business. More recently, the Alan Turning Institute has shifted its focus to exploring the complex ethics in the use of AI algorithms and data analytics for predictive purposes by police forces.
LIVIA is a research group accredited by ÉTS, comprising many professors, associate members and graduate students, and the scientific orientation of the laboratory revolves around the main foundations for large-scale processing and analysis and interpretation of images and videos.
LIVIA’s research and development activities are based on six main themes and their main application areas:
- Machine learning.
- Computer vision.
- Pattern recognition.
- Intelligent and adaptive systems.
- Information fusion.
- Optimization of complex systems.
JP Morgan’s AI research team is based in New York and operates in major centers around the world. The goal of its Artificial Intelligence Research Program is to explore and develop cutting-edge research in the fields of (AI) and machine learning, as well as in related fields, such as cryptography, to develop solutions with the greatest impact on the company’s customers and companies.
The company’s (AI) research team includes experts in various fields of artificial intelligence. They pursue initial research into areas related to the pillars of research, as well as concrete problems related to financial services.
Oxford Machine Learning Research:
The University of Oxford Machine Learning Research Group is comprised of like-minded research groups led by local members of the faculty, which is a subgroup within Information Engineering in the Department of Engineering Sciences at the University of Oxford, and this is one of the core groups that make up the broader machine learning community in Oxford, and it has a strong overlap. Private with the Oxford Man Institute for Quantitative Finance.
The Oxford ML Research Group uses statistics to address both information and uncertainty in a variety of research areas, including citizen science, biology, public health, autonomous intelligent systems, and animal husbandry.
It is an artificial intelligence research lab based in (Cochin), Kerala state, India. Established in 2017 with a mindset to tackle real-world problems, this research lab has hands-on experience in developing AI and advanced analytics solutions to meet various industry needs.
The three main service lines include development of robotics (AI), advanced data analytics solutions, business automation solutions supported by computer vision, machine learning and deep learning, and NLP solutions.