SNGLR Group: AI Quarterly Executive Briefing, Q3 2021

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Our quarterly report on artificial intelligence is out. Our team picked the most important AI topics from Q3 and delivered a concise, easy to read but highly informative brief.

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  • Hot topic: The UK released its national artificial intelligence strategy, outlining its plan to become an AI superpower.
  • Investments: AI funding in Q3 remains strong at USD 20BN+, as investments in late-stage ventures across sectors are getting more traction.
  • Industry use cases: New use cases in Healthcare, Art, Defence and Air Travel.
  • Research: Latest insights focus on protein folding, self-coding AI and protecting datasets from copyright infringement.
  • AI governance & ethics: The need for a new regulatory framework for medical imaging; UN moratorium on facial recognition; courts say AI can’t be inventors.

SNGLR Group AI Brief 2021 Q3 is the 5-to-10 minute executive brief that covers the most important trends in artificial intelligence.

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SNGLR Group’s Artificial Intelligence Quarterly Executive Briefing‘s authors are Maria Abou-Sakr and Luca Sambucci. Feel free to contact the authors if you have questions or if you want to know more.

I am a partner and founder of SNGLR Holding AG, a Swiss group specialising in exponential technologies with offices in Europe, USA and the UAE, where I supervise projects on applied artificial intelligence. I have an Artificial Intelligence Professional certificate from IBM and one on machine learning from Google Cloud. I am a member of several AI industry associations: AAAI, ACM (SIGAI), AIxIA. I participate to the European AI Alliance of the European Commission and I work with the European Defence Agency and the Joint Research Centre.