The Irish Times

Locke is a data scientist based in Cardiff. Kearney is based in Dublin and has 20 years’ experience of accelerators, incubators and commercialisation. When they established Nightingale HQ last year their intention was to co-locate in Ireland and the UK. However, Covid has stalled the Irish operation for now. Investment in the business to date is about €160,000.

“Our aim is to help companies overcome the core blockers to successful AI adoption, and rather than doing this individually which would take forever, Steph developed a platform that any company can access to get up to speed,” says Kearney.

“The pandemic has created a valuable change in mindset towards AI, with a much bigger focus now on using it to enhance customer service and increase productivity. Companies of all sizes are becoming more aware that AI can help them scale, innovate and become more agile.”

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The Irish Times