The Financial Times has announced its Europe’s Tech Champions for the third successive year, with Mindtech being shortlisted within the IT & Security category.
Our Dolphin platform was recognised due to its ability to provide rapid insights, visualisations, and curation for image datasets, whether real, synthetic or hybrid (mix synthetic and real).
Our ‘no-code’, ‘self-serve’ Chameleon platform has been specifically designed to create synthetic training data to help computers see, understand and predict human-to-human and human-to-world interactions. This allows for the creation of high-quality synthetic data that can be applied to real-world testing, without privacy concerns.
Five companies in total were included in the IT & Security shortlist, with DeepL taking the winning award. Darktrace, TurinTech and Lakera were also included with innovations ranging from AI security, and code-optimisation to reliability checks within AI and removal of biases.
Congratulations to all FT winners and those shortlisted!
To view the full list of this year’s Tech Champions visit: Financial Times