Neural Designer

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Neural Designer
Type Private
Industry Machine Learning
Founded 2014
Slogan Make intelligent use of data
Headquarters Salamanca, Spain
Key people Roberto Lopez (CEO of Artelnics & Creator of OpenNN), Ismael Santana(CTO of Artelnics)
Investors Fundacion Bases, ADE Castilla y` Leon[1], European Commission[2]
Number of employees 15
Related Certifications Certificate in Machine Learning Industry Overview

Neural Designer[3] is a general predictive analytics software based on deep learning techniques [4], a new area of Machine Learning research. It makes intelligent use of data by discovering complex relationships, recognizing unknown patterns or predicting actual trends. It implements deep learning architectures with multiple non-linear layers and contains utilities to solve function regression and pattern recognition problems. The input to Neural Designer is a data set, the most common data files (CSV, Excel, Weka...) and data bases (Oracle, MySQL,SQL Server etc), and the output from it is a predictive model[5]. That result takes the form of an explicit mathematical expression, which can be exported to any computer language or system.
Neural Designer finds its application in biotechnology areas like medical diagnosis, bioprocess modeling, microarray analysis, therapy design, drug discovery, food improvement, among many others. At present, Neural Designer[6] is being developed by the startup company Artelnics[7]


  • March 3, 2016, WillGo: An app using Neural Designer wins HackForGood [8]
  • March 16, 2015, European Commission selected Neural Designer to receive funding by means of a Horizon 2020 program called SME instrument.[9][10]
  • Artelnics won the first CLH Group award.[11]
  • December 17, 2015, Artelnics announce the release of Neural Designer 2.0.[12]
  • November 14, 2014, Big Data Analytics Today rated OpenNN and Neural Designer as the #1 and #2 brain inspired artificial intelligence projects.


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