A midlands VR company recently were honoured for their training services.
People must learn to embrace artificial intelligence as the "next generation of media", according to an award-winning midlands VR company.
Athlone's Mersus Technologies recently picked up the European Technology Award, for its Virtual Reality-based traning services.
The company employs 20 people, and offers training through immersive tech to people in the life-sciences sector.
Founder of Mersus, Geoff Allen says the demands for AI and VR tech is only going to grow: