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UK funding (£531,825): MARS - Modelling Autonomous Reasoning System Ukri1 Nov 2012 UK Research and Innovation, United Kingdom

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MARS - Modelling Autonomous Reasoning System

Abstract The BT MARS proposal seeks to create a cognitive AI platform that will read unstructured live data from multiple sources and automatically construct a smart inferencing model. This tool will then enable visualisation of the dynamics of the model and support complex ‘what-if’ scenario modelling processes. This is a challenging and high-level AI problem for any real-world system that has a realistic number of inputs and possible system states. BT and Bristol University will work collaboratively to deliver this radical new AI capability with application to enhance a broad range of UK industries. The resulting tools will help resolve complex and challenging issues around the identification of risks and performance issues in large-scale networked systems. The target application domains will be in Cyber Security and Supply Chain Logisitics.
Category Collaborative R&D
Reference 101247
Status Closed
Funded period start 01/11/2012
Funded period end 31/10/2015
Funded value £531,825.00
Source https://gtr.ukri.org/projects?ref=101247

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