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LatticeFlow’s Robust AI technology is a winner of the US Global AI challenge

Petar Tsankov
September 13, 2021

We are proud to announce that our technology for accelerating ML teams in delivering robust and resilient AI solutions is a winner at the US Army’s xTechGlobal AI Challenge!

Last Friday, our CEO Petar Tsankov presented the LatticeFlow platform and demonstrated how it enables ML teams to deliver robust and performant AI models. LatticeFlow was one of the ten AI startups invited to present their technology at Imperial College London. The pitches were evaluated by a distinguished jury of nineteen AI experts, covering government officials, AI researchers, and university professors. LatticeFlow was selected as a winner in the competitive challenge, also winning a $50,000 cash prize.

Nathan Anderson (Technical Director at the International Technology Center of U.S. Army DEVCOM) and Dr. Petar Tsankov (CEO, LatticeFlow).
Nathan Anderson (Technical Director at the International Technology Center of U.S. Army DEVCOM) and Dr. Petar Tsankov (CEO, LatticeFlow).

This unique international prize competition is organized by the US Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command and seeks to identify cutting-edge AI technologies to enhance the US Army’s capabilities in delivering robust AI at the tactical edge. This was the first time the competition was open to non-US companies and included participants from Switzerland, the United Kingdom, France, Finland, and Israel.

We would like to congratulate the other two awardees MarshallAI and Cyber Defence Service Ltd, who were also selected among the TOP 3 startups at the competition, and thank the entire xTech team for the exceptional organization of this contest!

From left to right: Ian Strachan (Managing Director, Cyber Defence Service), Peter Davies (Director, Cyber Defence Service), Marcus Nordstrom (CEO, Marshall AI), and Petar Tsankov (CEO, LatticeFlow)
From left to right: Ian Strachan (Managing Director, Cyber Defence Service), Peter Davies (Director, Cyber Defence Service), Marcus Nordstrom (CEO, Marshall AI), and Petar Tsankov (CEO, LatticeFlow)

Following the competition, LatticeFlow is invited to join the xTechGlobal Accelerator Program. The goal of the program is to provide training to emerging companies developing technology relevant to the US Army and facilitate a faster transition to the interested parties within the Department of Defense.

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