Artificial intelligence funding in first half surpasses 2018 record

  The Scotsman 

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Investment in artificial intelligence (AI) reached an all-time high in the first six months of 2019, as it was revealed that a Glasgow brain tumour detection firm will feature in the UK’s first AI scale-up programme.
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