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Andrew is Professor of Computing at the University of South Wales in the United Kingdom. His research interest centre on the use of intelligent computer systems (Artificial Intelligence and Data Science oriented solutions) to help solve real-world problems. Andrew is currently working on AI-related projects with several industrial and commercial partners that include Tata Steel, National Health Service Wales Informatics Service, and Wye Education. Andrew is also Director of Aurora International Consulting Ltd, an innovative software-as-a-service company that provides AI-enabled review software to the construction industry. Andrew is Director of Research for the Welsh Institute of Digital Information, a collaboration between the University of South Wales, the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and the NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS). Andrew is a Regional Director of Techno Camps, an innovative and ambitious project that seeks to engage young people with computing and its cognate subjects. Moreover, Andrew is Editor in Chief of the journal Annals of Emerging Technologies in Computing (AETiC)

Professor Ware teaches various computing courses including artificial intelligence, data mining and computer programming. Moreover, Andrew has successfully supervised nearly forty PhD students and has been an active participant in several international research and teaching projects.

Education/Academic qualification

Computing, PhD, A Multi Sensor Robotic Control System

1 Oct 198830 Sept 1992

Award Date: 30 Sept 1992

Computing, MSc, Southbank Polytechnic

20 Sept 198730 Sept 1988

Award Date: 30 Sept 1988

Computing, BSc, The Polytechnic of Wales

23 Sept 198230 Jun 1986

Award Date: 30 Jun 1986


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