From tackling Ebola to driving business: How Norwich AI firm Rainbird leads the way

06:15 23 September 2015 Sabah Meddings sabah.meddings@archant.co.uk Rainbird CEO Ben Taylor, left, and chairman James Duez with staff members. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Archant Norfolk 2015 Enter the wrong password into an electronic sign-in at Rainbird’s Norwich headquarters and a guard dog’s threatening bark booms across the office. Share link Rainbird CEO Ben Taylor, left, and chairman James Duez. Picture: ANTONY KELLY That and a series of other animal sounds are a pet project by one of the staff, and allows the team to multitask during meetings – a woodpecker’s call signals a new customer has signed up. For although artificial intelligence was once the subject of science fiction, it is now a tool for navigating big cities, is carried around in pockets, and has become a billion-dollar industry. The team…


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