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Newsarticle: Azzopardi's algorithms are inspired by the brain

‘When developing smart algorithms, it’s all about achieving more with less’
21 February 2024

George Azzopardi, associate professor of Pattern Recognition at the Bernoulli Institute for Mathematics, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, balances his time equally between fundamental and applied research. As theme coordinator of ‘Applied AI’ at the Jantina Tammes School, he is dedicated to bridging the gap between science and practical societal applications.

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Last modified:21 February 2024 08.36 a.m.

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