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OutSystems Launches New Centre of Excellence to Bring AI to Application Development

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “OutSystems, an innovator in low-code application development and cloud computing, today announced a major initiative to bring the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) to software development. The initiative, called Project Turing, is aptly named after Alan Turing, father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence. The centre will explore how AI/ML can transform the world of software development in the next decade. As part of Project Turing, OutSystems will: Build a new AI Centre of Excellence in Lisbon, Portugal; Commit 20 percent of its overall R&D resources to focus on this challenge; Partner with industry experts, technology leaders, and universities to drive original research and innovation in the field of AI/ML.”

Paulo Rosado, OutSystems CEO commented, “Our bold vision for Project Turing fits perfectly with the principal ideas we had when we started OutSystems 17 years ago – reduce the complexity of developing and changing enterprise software. It’s in our DNA… With AI, we see the potential to transform the entire software lifecycle where AI assistants help with everything from modelling new applications with the right architecture and user experiences to analysing the business value and impact for the organisation.”

Read more at RealWire.

Photo credit: OutSystems

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