The Business vision and mission
Singular Intelligence is building an ‘Artificial Intelligence Platform for Business decisions in Quantified Markets and Industry 4.0’
‘Singular Intelligence’ means a reliable capability to take optimal decisions combining artificial and human intelligence that is dynamic with changing context and grows with experience. As digital and big data quantify markets, Industry and society, this augmented capability will be core to commercial and personal decisions. Building this capability for business and social impact is our mission.
At Singular Intelligence, we are passionate about solving the challenges of quality and speed of commercial decision making at scale and help build it as an organisational competence. We envision a future where entities in a human-machine eco-system take dynamic, collaborative decisions and actions leveraging a ‘distributed deep-reinforcement learning network’ using multi-structured data seamlessly. This changes the paradigm from decisions based on historical, manual analysis and modelling to augmented, automated, predictive decisions and inflight optimisation, significantly reducing risk and cost, improving the overall accuracy, speed, performance and efficiency.
We are leveraging latest advances in AI, Advanced Analytics and Data to build decision automation solutions covering key use cases of global scale impact, to start with the consumer goods sector where it has a high commercial and social impact.
Singular Intelligence team combines many years of global, Industry and technology sector experience in AI, Consumer goods, Retail, Analytics, Business Intelligence and data technologies. The company started in partnership with Oxford University and has a number of key data, technology and research partners working incessantly to be at the forefront of innovation. The Founder and leadership team have prior experience of building and growing businesses.
Singular Intelligence benefits from the most advanced academic progress, from a Research Partnerships within Oxford University, the Leeds Beckett University Retail Institute, and Loughborough University spanning AI, Analytics and Retail sector research.