Featurespace CEO named one of the 'Faces of a Vibrant Economy' by Grant Thornton
Featurespace, a global leader in machine learning fraud prevention and creator of Adaptive Behavioural Analytics, is pleased to announce that CEO, Martina King, has been named by Grant Thornton as one of the 'Faces of a Vibrant Economy'.
"Faces of a Vibrant Economy" celebrates leaders from across the public, private and third sectors, who exemplify what it takes to develop a vibrant economy.
Former Managing Director of augmented reality company Aurasma, Martina has an extensive career in media technology, including leadership roles at Yahoo! Europe and Capital Radio. Martina is now CEO of Featurespace and joined the company in 2012.
Fraud, phishing and account takeovers are interfering with the internet usage of millions. Falling victim to an online scam causes untold stress and financial loss. Featurespace – an artificial intelligence company based in Cambridge – has protected companies and consumers from such attacks for eight years.
This year, Grant Thornton has curated its second annual list of 100 Faces. From emerging entrepreneurs to big business names, the list of 100 Faces showcases individuals who are delivering against growth, innovation and social purpose.
Grant Thornton is a professional services firm. Over the last 18 months, it has been investigating how to develop a vibrant economy in the UK – one which realises the shared potential of companies, cities, people and communities. An economy where businesses can do well as well as do good.
Find out more, and view all 100 faces, at grantthornton.co.uk/faces
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Featurespace™ is the world-leader in Adaptive Behavioural Analytics and creator of the ARIC™ platform, a machine learning software system developed out of the University of Cambridge.
Headquartered in Cambridge, UK, and Atlanta, US with additional offices in London, UK, and New York, US. Featurespace has deployed ARIC to organisations that have services or products deployed in over 180 countries.