Ciaran graduated from the University of Limerick with first-class honors in Electronic and Computer Engineering and went on to research the implementation of privacy-based computer vision technologies for two years as part of a Data Science focused PhD program. Ciarán was involved with the delivery of an online MSc. Artificial Intelligence from the University of Limerick which is becoming a talent hub for AI engineering after John Collison of Stripe recently launched the Immersive Software Engineering Masters. Protex AI have taken advantage of this growing talent hub and located their HQ in Limerick, Ireland. Ciarán won both the ‘Best Application of AI’ in a student project at the AI Awards and All-Ireland Conference of Undergraduate Research in 2019 for his undergraduate research. He was also a national finalist at the Engineers Ireland Innovative Student of the Year 2019. Ciarán presented a computer vision research paper at the Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Sciences 2020. Ciarán was named in the Sunday Business Post 30 under 30 in 2021.Connect on LinkedIn
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