Developed a device which allows the simple weighing of evidence based on a strong formal and theoretical foundation of the Dempster-Shafer Theory, but with greatly enhanced usability, to be used to make choices between competing hypotheses (decisions). A usable software prototype was developed for this.
Market Survey obtained for value of software as component of control system in adaptive hardware or software system. Outcomes: Patent applied for; Uptake in a commercial software product Software basis of award in 2005 at Cambridge University.
Software basis of award in 2005 at Cambridge University.
BCS Machine Intelligence Prize 2005
A permanent trophy awarded for one year plus a cash prize sponsored by Electrolux.
Awarded for a live demonstration of 'Progress Towards Machine Intelligence'.
The competition was held on Tuesday December 13th 2005 at Peterhouse College, Cambridge, UK during the annual SGAI conference AI-2005.
Personnel Involved (UK)