First Hydrogen, University of Cambridge to develop AI software for the hydrogen market

The automotive, hydrogen production and fuel distribution industries are set to benefit from a new artificial intelligence (AI) software learning tool, set to gather user and supplier information related to hydrogen usage to guide significant investments.

First Hydrogen and the University of Cambridge today (Feb 16) said they have inked a five-year period to develop the software that will also act as an additional source of revenue for First Hydrogen and help the company develop its own technologies and infrastructure.

Working on the University of Cambridge side of thing, Professor Seamus Higson of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, will lead the team.

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