KTP Associate: Xi Liu
Company: Kennedys Law LLP
University: University of Manchester
Funding: Innovate UK
The Project: Kennedys is a global law firm with expertise in dispute resolution and advisory services. Insurance claims and coverage expertise are deeply ingrained in every office globally.
The main objective of the KTP is to develop and embed an intelligent data driven fraud prevention and detection service to support insurance claim handling utilising modern machine learning, and text analytics techniques. The ultimate goal is to be able to provide services that allow clients to reduce the reliance on legal services by identifying issues before they happen or identifying claims that are in fact fraudulent.
Winners of this category will be announced in advance of the KTP Virtual Awards Ceremony which is at 4-5pm on Wednesday 9 September. Join us in our virtual world to celebrate all the winners – register here.
See below for a profile of each of the 18 finalists in the Future Innovator category of this year’s KTP Best of the Best Awards:
Muddasar Anwar Delivering innovation for Sustainable Drainage System to prevent flooding.
Blessing Mbipom Creating online learning for GPs.
Laurence Foster: Innovations to “print” structures, transforming house building.
Declan Bryans: Creating greener energy with innovations in flow batteries.
Elle Perschke: Applying B2C methodologies to launch a new product within a B2B company.
Mark Gilmore: Development of new class of greener ionic liquid, with multiple potential applications.
Khai Nguyen: Inventing a new silicone composite for consumer fixing brand, Sugru.
Swapnil Khadke: Creating new liposome formulations for application in drug delivery
Leona McGirr: Creating an Antibody Library for fully human antibodies.
Dan Hicks: Developing a new design and testing process for electric trails bikes.
Dmitry Bogachov: Advancing Materials Science for Anilox technology.
Andrew Grounds: Transforming business models for Social Enterprise.
Lyndsey McKirdy: Enhancing data science capability at Aggreko.
Jack Tallant: Transforming reporting and delivery of Charity’s activities.
Xi Liu: Using AI to develop fraud detection and prevention services for law firm.
Alex Komninos: Transforming spreadsheets in to cognitive models at IBM
Harvey Kangley: Delivering exceptional NPD for rail electrification
George Harris: Developing advanced engineering for intruder detection systems.
The Future Innovator category of the KTP Awards is supported by Ashorne Hill – a specialist training company which runs training programmes for all KTP Associates.
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