Consulting & services.

A.I. Consulting

With the field of artificial intelligence moving so quickly, it can be hard to know what's hype and what could bring value to your business. 

From rapid diagnostic projects, to guidance on implementing specific techniques, and training sessions for your teams, we offer consulting that is relevant and insightful. 

Machine learning development

Our multi-disciplinary Agile teams work with your existing business, data and software teams on end-to-end machine learning development projects. Typically our projects have two key phases 1) creating a Proof of Value 2) full machine learning development.

Every business is different and we will work with you to identify where you are in this process and refine the approach to suit your objectives.

 

Deep Learning and Machine Learning Expertise

The field of machine learning is continually breaking new ground and state-of-the-art deep learning models frequently outperform traditional approaches. Our strength comes from keeping up-to-date with the newest breakthroughs in this fast-evolving field.

Our expertise covers a broad range of model architectures and applications, including:

  • Recurrent neural networks (RNNs) such as LSTM or GRU units

  • Memory augmented neural networks (MANNs) such as the Neural Turing Machine or Differentiable Neural Computer

  • Reinforcement learning (RL) systems that can train autonomous agents to learn directly from real world input

  • Generative models such as autoregressive models (e.g. WaveNet), adversarial models (GANs) and variational autoencoders (VAEs)

  • Convolutional networks (CNNs), including Inception and ResNet models

FeedForward AI's Director of Research, Kevin Webster PhD, is an active academic in machine learning. He is an Honorary Research Fellow at Imperial College London and was awarded a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship in 2015, which he spent at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). He has published many papers in peer-reviewed journals - check out some of his research here.