#AIChat recap (March and April 2021)

#AIChat is a monthly Twitter chat that helps you figure out how artificial intelligence (AI) impacts your life. And work.

In March, the question was: how do I get money/fund my AI project.

In April, the question was: how can AI help an athlete recover faster from their concussion? And train better?

Mistakes are mine.

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March 2021: how do I get the money/fund my AI project.

List not in alphabetical order. Focused on the big picture and on grants and accelerators. If I missed anything, please leave a comment or tweet them to me @nickhtang. I will add it to the list when I have time.

Government:

  1. US government: National Science Foundation
  2. India: Atal Innovation Mission
  3. New Zealand: Callaghan Innovation
  4. Singapore: Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics Grant
  5. Africa: Lacuna Fund, Deep Learning Indaba
  6. Australia: Cooperative Research Centres Project Grants
  7. United Nations (big picture of all the regions in the world): k4all.org

Baseball: The Minnesota Twins Accelerator by Techstars

Drink: PepsiCo Labs

Education (nb: not specific to education sector. Lists universities/colleges who have accelerators)

  1. Berkeley SKYDECK
  2. UC Hastings

Entertainment:

  1. Immediate Accelerator
  2. IBC Accelerator Media Innovation Programme
  3. Comcast NBCUniversal Lift Labs
  4. Disney Accelerator

Health:

CMS Innovation Center

Social media: Snap Accelerates

Sports: FIFA Innovation Programme

Supply chain: ScaleAI

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April: the #AIChat topic was: how can AI help an athlete recover faster from their concussion? And help them train better? NB: Neurovine and I were busy in April to hold our chat.

First, this is how Neurovine uses AI: it includes an app, headband and heart rate monitor: link

Second, here are the steps machine learning uses to see how bad the concussion is for an athlete: link

Last, this is how one soccer (football if you’re reading this in Europe) team is using AI to become a better team: link

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