Principal, Early Stage Funds
Amelia joined Amadeus Capital Partners in 2009 and is a Principal in the Early Stage Fund. Her current investment focus is on autonomous systems, AI and machine learning, cloud computing, digital health and medical technology.
She is a Director on the boards of Cambridge Touch Technologies, a company developing the next generation of ‘force touch’ for mobile phones and tablets; Paragraf who are manufacturing graphene and other two-dimensional materials for real-world applications; Immense Simulations an intelligent mobility enabling software company; Riverlane a developer of quantum software and SLAMcore, a spin-out from Imperial College, developing spatial intelligence for autonomous robotics and drones.
Amelia is also an active board observer at other companies including AI decision making company prowler.io and Graphcore, the developer of the Intelligence Processing Unit for next generation machine intelligence.
Prior to Amadeus, she worked at Barclays Investment Bank as a manager in the structured capital markets team with responsibility for running a portfolio of multi jurisdiction transactions. Amelia has also worked in structured finance at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. She qualified as a chartered accountant with Deloitte in the corporate tax department.
Amelia holds a BSc in Chemistry and Biology from Durham University and is a mentor on the Judge Business School’s Accelerate Programme.
Meet Amelia at:
6th March 2020
Amelia Armour will be attending the BCI Summit Fortune 500 CTO/CIO Edition in New York. Attendees will discuss the most pressing tech issues across sectors including cyber security, AI/ML, quantum and implementing innovation. CTOs, CIOs and domain experts from around the globe share insights and expectations for the future.
19th March 2020
Annual Conference in Agri-Food Robotics
Amelia Armour will be speaking at the first annual conference in Agri-Food Robotics at The University of Cambridge. This is the first conference of its kind that will give an overview of the progress in industry and research in Agricultural Robotics. Academics, students and industry partners will be gathering to discuss the future of the robotic innovations and its application for agricultural and food supply industries.
More from Amelia
Blog: 27th February 2017