George Bolt, Neural Scientist and Inventor

Dr. George Bolt is a senior consultant and advisor to Neural Technologies. He is an expert in neural computing and was one of the founders of Neural Technologies, serving as their Head Scientist, then as their CTO. He will join the London RAG in March, where he will speak about the value of predicting, and hence preventing fraud, and also about the latest anti-fraud technology trends.

George has a DPhil in neural computing and a bachelor’s in computer science. His education in general sciences, practical and theoretical computing, artificial intelligence and neural computing, has led George to develop a wide range of skills, leading to the receipt of many awards in recognition of his abilities. During his first degree at Brunel University, George developed many software applications for various companies such as Esso, IBM and CERN, covering areas from hardware systems to high-level user interfaces. The University of York presented him with his doctorate following his extensive research into fault tolerance for neural computing.

As an inventor, George’s name is linked with dozens of patents relating to fraud detection and data analysis.

George joined Neural Technologies in 1994. He is widely recognised as an expert in the field of fraud analysis with the application of advanced analysis techniques. Though he stepped down from the role of CTO in 2007, George continues to act as an expert advisor to Neural.