Together with our consortium partners Merqury Cybersecurity (the first quantum technologies SME in Malta), University of Malta, RSM, Melita, MITA, and Malta CIP, UMNAI announces the commencement of the EU funded project PRISM, where we are applying our Hybrid Intelligence Framework to develop Neuro-symbolic AI for quantum communications networks.
The PRISM project will build a quantum-secured network in Malta, in the spirit of the EuroQCI initiative. The EuroQCI declaration, signed in June 2019, aims to build a Europe-wide quantum-secured network by 2030. This project will define the implementation of a quantum communication infrastructure (QCI) for Malta, including the location of QCI nodes, technologies that must be deployed and use-cases.
The network would be the first of its kind in Europe, bringing Malta into the quantum age. Together with our consortium partners, UMNAI will be contributing to the last mile integration needed to bring quantum key distribution to the end-user in a convenient, secure and standards-compliant way. This project will deploy a large-scale quantum network spanning the entire country. The project’s conclusion will see quantum key distribution systems that are self-contained, trustworthy, and ideally poised to be rolled out throughout the European and international markets.
UMNAI’s Neuro-symbolic AI and Hybrid Intelligence Framework are particularly suited to the application of AI in critical infrastructure and other highly regulated industries.
Contact us if you would like to learn more about Hybrid Intelligence and the benefits of our Neuro-Symbolic AI.
This project is co-funded by the European Union under the Digital Europe Programme grant agreement number 101111875.
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