- New machine learning platform is shortlisted for Most Innovative AI/Machine Learning Solution
- Mind Foundry earns finalist spot for Best AI Startup Award
- Achievements based on significant business momentum and powerful product offering
16 May, 2019 – Mind Foundry has this week achieved a double shortlisting in the Computing AI & Machine Learning Awards for 2019. The company has made the final cut in both the ‘Best AI Startup’ and ‘Most Innovative AI/Machine Learning Solution’ categories based on the strength of its Mind Foundry platform, which provides advanced machine learning to business problem owners of any skill level, and is delivered in a highly intuitive ‘humanised’ manner.
Computing is a leading UK publication for decision makers, managers and professionals in the technology space, covering cross-industry developments from promising start-ups to industry heavyweights. Computing has established the AI & Machine Learning Awards to recognise stand-out success and innovation in the rapidly developing AI & Machine Learning field.
The Most Innovative AI/Machine Learning Solution
This honour will be presented to the company that has offers the most unique and advanced solution to users. The new Mind Foundry platform offers end-to-end support, from data preparation through to model deployment, achieving significant time and resource savings in the process. It has already been deployed within international organisations spanning industries such as Finance & Investment, Life Sciences and Telecommunications to unlock the value of data and add significant business value.
The Best AI Startup
This category recognises rising startup organisations that offer compelling AI and machine learning-oriented solutions to enhance customer operations. Mind Foundry has been shortlisted thanks to impressive recent business momentum that recently saw Paul Reader appointed as CEO and multi-million Pound third-round funding secured. To date, Mind Foundry has assembled at a team of over 20 academics and professionals with a wealth of technical expertise, many with roots in the world-class University of Oxford Machine Learning Research Group (MLRG).
The final Computing shortlist was determined by an experienced judging panel of leading figures in the AI & Machine Learning sector. The ultimate winners will be announced at a large ceremony on 3 July, hosted at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower in London.
“To stand out among such strong competition and be recognised in these awards is testament to the strong momentum we have built at the company in such a short time, all centred around the unique capabilities of our Mind Foundry platform,” says Professor Stephen Roberts, Co-founder and CSA of Mind Foundry. “We’re deeply committed to making machine learning accessible to business problem owners worldwide, with a goal of creating thousands of citizen data scientists by 2020 through the power of our platform.”
You can learn more about the Mind Foundry platform by visiting our product page and scheduling a demo with our expert team.
About Mind Foundry
Mind Foundry is enabling anyone of anyone, of any technical ability, to solve their business problems using machine learning. It is a portfolio company of the University of Oxford and leading investors Oxford Sciences Innovations and Parkwalk Advisors, founded in 2015 by Stephen Roberts and Mike Osborne, two of the leading minds in machine learning. Its aim is to make machine learning more accessible and enable the rise of ‘citizen data scientists’.