Artificial intelligence or AI is best described as intelligence demonstrated by machines, where the machine mimics learning - potentially making mistakes and using that mistake to correct future behaviour or problem solving.
The oceans are under relentless pressure as the world population grows and we increasingly look to fish as an important food supply. Alongside this is our increasing reliance on fish to provide us with omega-3, a polyunsaturated fatty acid that our bodies need to function.
Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton and Professor Rob Honey from Cardiff University have been named as BBSRC’s Innovator of the year 2018 - awards that celebrate excellent research which has demonstrated impact. Twelve finalists competed for the title at The Mermaid London last night, 16 May 2018.
The shortlisted finalists for the 2018 BBSRC Innovator of the Year competition have been announced. Twelve finalists will compete to be named Innovator of the Year 2018 at The Mermaid in London on 16 May 2018.
Every year BBSRC invests more than £450 million in research and training in the excellent UK bioscience community. Research creatively addresses challenges and advances our knowledge. Discover more innovative research.