Make machines make sense of your complex reality
Thanks to artificial intelligence, digital infrastructure is about to become smarter than ever before.
By freeing us further from repetitive manual work, AI lets us focus on solving more demanding problems in the increasingly complex world.
We create the right tools for you
We believe every use case is unique and needs to be treated that way. Our data scientists, engineers, and AI designers work to understand your reality and find the valuable information in your organization, with one goal in mind: to deliver solutions for tangible business and end-user benefits.
We productize AI with:
- Machine learning
- Data refinement
- Solution and business model design and development
- Design thinking and service design
- Technologically agnostic product thinking
Examples of how you can use AI
Digital products can adapt to your customer’s needs instantly by combining lifetime behavioral data and the optimal tools for the task.
Intelligent systems help you analyze which prices for products and services work best for your clients.
Vehicles capable of sensing their environment without human input will change the way we see transportation.
Will a robot take my job? How is AI likely to change my workplace in the next ten years?
We’re introducing the Elements of AI course, which requires no complicated math or programming skills. The course will help equip you with the understanding and skillsets required for assessing the world we live in through the lens of AI.
Reaktor AI Success Stories
Yle Areena Recommendations & Data Collection
As the result of the project, the click through rate of Areena’s new personalized tv and radio shows increased 42 % over the old static banner.
A personification system for online gaming
The system we built with Veikkaus automatically personalizes page contents, such as game recommendations, to match the consumer profile.
Intelligent mobile assistant for the Finnish language
Built with machine learning, the linguistic AI was able to perform on par with its established academic counterparts in just four weeks.