Geoffrey Hinton joins climate tech startup CuspAI

'Godfather of AI' quit Google last year to speak out on AI risk

John Leonard
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Geoffrey Hinton in 2023. Source: Ramsey Cardy/Collision via Sportsfile
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Geoffrey Hinton in 2023. Source: Ramsey Cardy/Collision via Sportsfile

Geoffrey Hinton, the "godfather of AI", has joined the advisory board of Cambridge-based startup CuspAI.

CuspAI is developing a search engine to discover new materials to help tackle climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The startup was founded by Professor Max Welling, who...

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