Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing
Object Detection, Image Classification
About UFO Software, LLC
Data drives Artificial Intelligence, it doesn’t matter if you have big data or only a small amount of data; the results you get are determined by the quality of your data. Building models is only part of machine learning and building models without careful data analysis and preparation leads to flawed insights and inaccurate predictions.
Data ScienceMachine Learning, Deep Learning, NLP
Learn From Your Data
Statistical analysis, machine learning, deep learning and NLP can unlock the hidden insights in your data.
UFO Software, LLC extensive experience training image classifiers and object detection systems. We collect and annotate images or annotate your images, choose the proper feature extractor and train a neural network to perform your image processing task.
TechnologiesA sample of the tools we use
Data Science, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing
Charles Rice — Software Engineer
Charles Rice has over 25 years of machine learning, software engineering and database experience. His most recent research and work experience involve Object Detection and Classification systems using Neural Networks and applying Machine Learning to Data Science problems.
Charles has a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. He studied Computational Intelligence and worked on research projects involving neural networks, reinforcement learning and genetic algorithms at Portland State University.
He has several years of experience working with modern Apple frameworks and developing iOS applications. He has worked on projects for Ford Motor Company, Btrieve, Tektronix, Nike, Xerox and Hewlett-Packard. Charles has worked at several startups often as the technical lead.
As a teenager Charles was involved in the Detroit Electronic Music and Punk Rock scenes. He often built his own effects pedals for his guitar, programmed synthesizers, spent many hours making tape loops and recording music with his friends. He started programming in high school and never stopped.