10 May 2021
Singapore University of Technology and Design graduates Aravind Kandiah and Charles Wong have created a synthetic data engine called Bifrost.
The platform leverages graphics technology commonly used in films and games to create virtual environments to train Artificial Intelligence systems to react to a vast range of situations using artificial data, which is less costly than actual data.
The Bifrost platform not only enables existing AI teams to make more progress but also allows companies with no data or AI capabilities to get started on their AI journey.
Named the top winners of the Student Techblazer category at the annual Singapore Digital Techblazer Awards in 2019, Aravind Kandiah and Charles Wong started running Bifrost full time after graduation.