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FACT360: eDiscovery in Action

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 7 FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop brings together the theory discussed in the ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first post here) explaining how it can be applied to organisations today and why what people ‘do’ can be more insightful than what they ‘say’… Imagine this…events […]

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Embodied, Embedded, Enactive & Ecological – New Cognitive Paths Out of An Old Computational Jungle

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 6 In his latest post in ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first in the series here) FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop explains how new approaches to cognitive science are replacing GOFAI – Good Old Fashioned AI… Throughout the 1970s and 1980s classical computational approaches to […]

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Trouble with computation

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 5 FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop is still waiting for the rise of the machines and, in his latest post in ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first in the series here), he explains why classical AI will never replace actual intelligence… In an interview on […]

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IN THE NEWS: FACT360 AI detects potential fraud

FACT360’s Paddy Lawton and Andy Slater met up with former President of the Chartered Institute of Purchase and Supply, Peter Smith to discuss buying-related fraud and how FACT360 can be used in its detection. Head over to the Bad Buying blog to read the full post… Bad Buying, 3 December 2020 – FACT360 AI Detects […]

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Hurt: the pain of language and computational linguistics

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 4 In his latest post in ‘The Science of AI’ series (the first in the series can be found here), FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop examines how the concept language itself presents numerous challenges and why we can learn a lot from Nine Inch Nails and Johnny […]

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Thought as ‘Association’

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 3 In his third post in ‘The Science of AI’ series (read the first in the series here), FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop outlines how our understanding of ‘thought’ has changed throughout history and how it influences the design of AI systems today… In the classical era, […]

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How World War II code breakers help unlock your workforce

The complexity within large businesses make it challenging, if not impossible, for senior management to have compete visibility of their staff. Here, FACT360, Co-founder Paddy Lawton explains how organisations can reveal hidden intelligence within their own communication networks by applying techniques inspired by wartime code breakers. During the second world war, Bletchley Park in the […]

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What is computation?(And why this matters)

A FACT360 BLOG SERIES – PART 2 In his second post (read Part 1 here) in ‘The Science of AI’ series, FACT360’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Mark Bishop looks at ‘computation’ and how its limitations influence modern AI solutions… As a modest, geeky, young student of Computer Science, I engaged with my studies convinced that, […]

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Identify your “Unknown Unknowns” and protect your organisation from Corporate Fraud and Insider Threat

A recent study of three million workers across 16 global cities revealed Covid has consigned the traditional nine-to-five day to history (if it wasn’t already)[1].  What’s more, 16% of US workers say they will be working from home after Covid and with the second wave currently sweeping across Europe it feels as if this will […]

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Professor Mark Bishop Joins FACT360

FACT360, UK based AI and unsupervised Machine Learning pioneers, is delighted to announce Professor (Emeritus) Mark Bishop joins the company on a permanent basis as Chief Scientific Adviser. For the last 12 years Mark has been Professor of Cognitive Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London where he also headed up TCIDA (The Centre for Intelligent […]