Mighty Kingdom appoints first CTO

Adelaide-based game developer Mighty Kingdom has appointed Dr Grant Osborne to the role of CTO.

“Now is the right time in Mighty Kingdom’s development to have our first CTO,” said Mighty Kingdom managing director and founder Philip Mayes.

“To have secured someone of Grant’s caliber is a huge coup. His depth of experience in managing high-performing teams in combination with his expertise, particularly in machine learning and AI, will ensure Mighty Kingdom is well placed to achieve our strategic growth.”

Osborne joins Mighty Kingdom from Signal ML, where he was principal consultant and co-founder.

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He previously served as chief data scientist at Pickstar, principal engineer at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning, CTO at Gamurs, solution architect at Fivecast, software architect at the Data to Decisions CRC, senior software engineer at iiNet, and a research engineer at the Defense Science and Technology Group.

Osborne holds a PhD in computer and information science from the University of South Australia.

“I am incredibly excited to be onboard. Mighty Kingdom does dynamics and people really well, the company culture is awesome, and it really shows in the quality and storytelling of its games. I can’t wait to help the team nail that high scalability and technology roadmap, which will help us apply some of the incredible emerging technology that’s out there,” Osborne said.

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