AMPLYFI is to take a role in supporting a £110m UK Government artificial intelligence (AI) programme, as part of a new industrial strategy. AMPLYFI is one of a number of companies to take part alongside BAE Systems, McKinsey’s Quantum Black and Google-backed Deepmind.
Chris Ganje, chief executive and co-founder, said: “Amplyfi is proud to be involved in the launch of the AI Masters programme. In the UK, we are at a critical point in the development of tech skills and talent, with artificial intelligence one of the key areas of expertise where we can lead the world.
“Amplyfi is a case in point – we’ve experienced huge success in the last year, growing our global customer base and increasing our workforce by a third. We’re excited to play a core role in developing the programme further over the coming years, both by offering advice and insight into how the AI industry is evolving, and providing places to participants in the programme so that we can develop the very best talent.”
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