The winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2018 are about to be revealed.
Today we can unveil the final sponsor of the eagerly-anticipated awards. Cambridge Precision Ltd, the innovative engineering company, is supporting the Artificial Intelligence Company of the Year category.
Director Richard Hobbs said: “Partnering with the world’s leading technical and medical innovators, we are acutely aware of how artificial intelligence and the application of technology is shaping the world we inhabit.”
“Supporting this category and the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards reflects our own approach to encouraging innovation, new practice and our company’s commitment to continuous improvement in all areas of the business.”
Director Nigel Rata at Cambridge Precision, which is sponsoring AI Company of the Year.
Picture: Keith Heppell
The winners will be unveiled to a capacity audience at the Hilton City Centre Hotel in Cambridge on Thursday November 1, where many of the brightest stars in science and technology today will be gathered.
Richard added: “AI is about learning and solving problems, these facets resonate within the field of precision engineering, as does the management of data and the focused application of intelligence to improve activity.
“This is of critical relevance in the design, production and manufacturing environment and reflects our culture at Cambridge Precision, where learning, and the application of new knowledge are fundamental to our activity.”
Cambridge Precision has been leading the field of precision engineering for decades and has close ties with the University of Cambridge and regional technology and medtech sectors. Setting it apart in the field of precision engineering is a commitment to quality, validated by its numerous awards and international accreditations.
Cambridge Precision Ltd is a leader in the field of precision engineering
Editor Paul Brackley, who will host the awards and chaired the judging panel, said: “We are very much looking forward to celebrating the outstanding talent in this region.
“Our categories cover a full range of sectors, and the breadth of talent represented is impressive.
“We are delighted to welcome Cambridge Precision as a sponsor of the AI Company of the Year category.
“Like every category, this is fiercely competitive, with Cambridge a hotbed of talent in artificial intelligence and machine learning.”
Cambridge Precision joins a prestigious list of sponsors: Allia, Appleyard Lees, AstraZeneca/MedImmune, BioStrata, COEL, Cofinitive, Chesterford Research Park, Grant Thornton, Regus, SmithsonHill and Woodfines Solicitors.
Joining those at the awards this year will be Peter Cowley, author of The Invested Investor. He will give out copies of his book to the winners and highly commended finalists. Also supporting the awards are Zyme Communications and The Good Plant Company.