Arnoldo Müller
2014, Central America
His 'cloud' software is capable of quickly comparing large quantities of data, detecting patterns and helping to make decisions
Computer Science

A Doctor of Computer Engineering and passionate about the possibilities of big data, Arnoldo is the founder of the company SimMachines, which has a search function based on similarity, faster and capable of optimizing the generation process of very accurate predictions on complex matters.

The software developed by Arnoldo works in the cloud and uses one of the branches of artificial intelligence to deliver savings and efficiency to organizations in various fields: health, fashion, auditing, information security, engineering and human resources. Among its clients are the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Garnier, Subway, e-Therapeutics, Stanford University and the FDA..

Müller studied in the Costa Rica Institute of Technology, the Kyushu Institute of Technology in Japan, and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine in Germany. Today he leads the team at SimMachines, dividing his time between offices in Saint Louis (USA) and Santo Domingo (Costa Rica). The progress achieved with his similarity calculation algorithm is very significant and the fact that it has been implemented as a cloud-based service, rallies, if possible, more interest.