University spin-out offers job potential

Cork: Advanced research has led to the creation of a new Irish spin-out firm from University College Cork with the potential for 30 jobs, UCC’s Technology Transfer Office said.

ThinkSmart Technologies is a new company supported by an entrepreneurial team established by the Technology Transfer Office, including researchers from UCC’s Cork Constraint Computing Centre (4C).

ThinkSmart Technologies has invented a system that mixes maths and artificial intelligence to analyse circumstances and speed up decision making for companies in industry sectors from treasury management through to manufacturing.


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