Artificial intelligence start-up moves to Cardiff in new addition to South Wales’ growing digital cluster

A start-up specialising in artificial intelligence software has moved to Cardiff in the latest addition to the digital cluster in south east Wales. Amplyfi, which previously had offices in San Francisco and England, has now moved its operations to the capital where it plans to roll out the commercial version of its first product, DataVoyant, in the spring. The move, which will see the creation of six new jobs, has been supported by the Welsh Government’s Digital Development Fund. Read more: How thousands of jobs could come from a high technology centre being launched today in Cardiff Amplyfi’s chief technology officer, Mark Woods, said: “The Digital Development Fund is a big win for us. Given the scale of the country’s technology-based regeneration goals and its focus on fostering the development…


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