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Startup SeerBI joins mentorship program to advance maritime data science – Digital Ship

SeerBI, a Tees Valley-based data science company, has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to support start-ups that are revolutionizing industries through advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science.

SeerBI, which is based in the Launchpad business incubator at the University of Teesside, focuses on applying data science practices in legacy industries, such as transport and, more specifically, the maritime sector. , to help them apply AI and machine learning to improve operations and productivity.

The company, which was founded in October 2021 by Teesside University graduate Owain Brennan, provides data visualization and business intelligence to help organizations become more innovative through the application of data already owned and collected.

NVIDIA Inception helps startups through critical stages of product development, prototyping, and deployment. Each NVIDIA Inception member receives a personalized set of ongoing benefits, such as NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute credits, marketing support, and technology assistance, that provide these businesses with the foundational tools to help them grow.

With the support of NVIDIA Inception, SeerBI is able to provide a complete solution, from design to integration.

NVIDIA Inception will give SeerBI access to world-class machine learning tools and models to further support its customers and business growth.

Additionally, Inception provides the SeerBI team with the opportunity to receive training in cutting-edge technologies such as neural networks and robotics. Coupled with access to NVIDIA’s technology support program, SeerBI can deliver cutting-edge technology directly to its customers.

Inception will also provide SeerBI with the opportunity to collaborate with leading industry experts and other AI-focused organizations.

Owain Brennan, Founder and CEO of SeerBI, said, “NVIDIA Inception will add value to our existing expertise and provide additional benefits through its advancements and reputation in the world of machine learning and AI. .

“The opportunity for a young start-up based in the Tees Valley to work with such a world renowned organization is one we could not pass up. We are very excited to build this relationship while playing our part in revolutionizing the maritime industry. »

David Dixon, Director of Digitalization for Growth at DigitalCity, the University of Teesside-based initiative to drive growth in the Tees Valley tech sector, said: “It’s fantastic to see another young company innovative grow and grow in the Tees Valley.

“The maritime sector is one of the oldest industries in the Tees Valley and this partnership between SeerBI and NVIDIA will give it access to cutting-edge technology to meet the challenges of the 21st century.”