How this Melbourne entrepreneur wants to use artifical intelligence to make the world a better place

With a pocketful of savings, Melbourne entrepreenur Michelle Mannering and three fellow founders are busy building a platform utilising artificial intelligence to make the world a smarter and better place. As a hacker-in-residence at Carlton Connect and a participant in the Melbourne Accelerator Program, Mannering and her team are one of the first residents in Melbourne’s new “melting pot” for innovation. “My co-founders and I all met at a bunch of different hackathons,” Mannering tells StartupSmart. Using AI for good Just a year after meeting, the team has launched Black AI, a startup offering a platform that is developing machine learning computer vision. “Basically, we just teach computers how to understand and interpret the world,” Mannering says. She says it’s a technology that could potentially be used everywhere from home security and…


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