Introducing Our Consultants
Our specialist consultants will provide you with high-quality work at exceptional value. Our PhD experts will provide you with the specific and most up-to-date expertise your project needs.read more
How we use AI
Our market-leading Artificial Intelligence consultants will futureproof your business. We specialise in the latest AI techniques to provide you with the in-depth insights you need to stay ahead of the competition.read more
Providing Thought Leadership
The British government partnered with Critical Future for its Future of Banking initiative. Software giant Oracle partnered with us for its operationalising innovation event. Our white papers are featured across leading news sources.read more
Critical Future excels in applying Artificial Intelligence to unleash productivity and profits for our clients. Our expertise across the full spectrum of Artificial Intelligence tools and methodologies includes machine vision, machine learning, natural language processing and deep reinforcement learning.
Mergers & Acqusitions
Critical Future has developed a specialism in M&A consultancy in aerospace and other sectors. We act on both buy-side and sell-side mandates, taking our clients through the transaction process. With a network of the most important buyers in the aerospace sector, and exceptional access to aerospace operators interested in investment, Critical Future is uniquely well-placed as M&A consultant in this space.
Critical Future is a specialist consultant to the healthcare sector. Our expert consultancy services enable healthcare companies to expand into new markets, develop their in-house technologies, and achieve reimbursement.
We custom build Blockchains. This includes Private Blockchains, Consortium Blockchains, and Public Blockchains. We build and support the launch of ICOs/ Token Launches. We work in Ethereum and Hyperledger. Our Blockchain projects are at the leading-edge and include engineering Smart Contracts.
Critical Future excels in applying technology to the private equity sector. Our PhD experts provide specialist expertise in areas such as artificial intelligence, computer science and data analytics to spur innovation in the private equity arena.
Supply chain and logistics
At Critical Future, our PhD experts combine their cutting-edge logistics expertise with artificial intelligence and data analytics expertise. That’s why our clients include four of the 10 of the world’s largest logistics companies.
Alessandro Pirani, CEO, La Compagnia Merchant Bank.
Gavin Weir, Partner at White & Case leading international law firm
Dr. Gunter Dunkl,CEO of NordLB, 7th largest bank in Germany, and Top 50 Bank in the world.
Blayne Doyle, CEO, GlowDx
A world first. A new landmark in the story of AI. A book cover created entirely by AI using Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). The process involved feeding 200k book covers into the AI system and then it created it’s own cover entirely. But you thought machines cant be creative? They can. They are. They produced23rd January 2020
DeepMind study shows how AI research can help solve a problem that has challenged scientists for decades
The AlphaFold system uses large genomic datasets to generate 3D models of protein structure more accurately than ever before. A study published in Nature has demonstrated how artificial intelligence (AI) research can drive and accelerate new scientific discoveries. Alphabet subsidiary DeepMind has created a dedicated, interdisciplinary team to explore using AI to predict the 3D structure of a22nd January 2020
Detailed, fast imaging of hidden objects could help self-driving cars detect hazards. Researchers have harnessed the power of a type of artificial intelligence known as deep learning to create a new laser-based system that can image around corners in real-time. With further development, the system might let self-driving cars “look” around parked cars or busy20th January 2020
Scientists used computer algorithms to “evolve” an organism that’s made of 100% frog DNA — but it isn’t a frog. What happens when you take cells from frog embryos and grow them into new organisms that were “evolved” by algorithms? You get something that researchers are calling the world’s first “living machine.” Though the original stem15th January 2020