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At BrainCreators we know that ultimately AI is all about people.  About opening up to the world of AI and intelligent automation. Understanding eliminates fear, and curiosity sparks innovation.  Machine intelligence originates in the power of our collective brains.

 

Maximizing the business value of AI

There are many industries where AI is already being applied to maximise value, reduce waste and...

3 successful business cases in infrastructure management

We have 3 case studies that illustrate how artificial intelligence can streamline workflows and...

How advanced mobility will empower robotics in the construction industry

Robots are not going to replace people. They will work together with people and in this way all...

The 5 innovations that will disrupt civil infrastructure management

 

The infrastructure development and maintenance sector is often categorized as overly-conservative. Many building methods have remained largely unchanged for centuries or even millennia and as a result there are those in the industry who have been reluctant to embrace change on the basis that ‘if it ain’t broke don’t fix it’. 

Our new ebook "The 5 innovations that will disrupt civil...

How AI can future-proof your business

Future-proofing your business is all about intelligent automation. The focus should be on the role...

Tesla's Data Engine and what we should all learn from it

There is loads to be learnt from Tesla's work in autonomous driving and AI in general, this blog...

The future of Artificial Intelligence

Speculation about the future of AI can be meaningful if done carefully. In particular, it seems...

5 predictions for AI in 2020

How is Artificial Intelligence (AI) going to change the future. What can we expect to see in 2020...

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In this podcast you will hear Joeri van Leeuwen, astronomer at ASTRON and the University of Amsterdam and researcher Maarten Stol of BrainCreators about the CORTEX project