Company to use artificial intelligence to improve national and international security.
Hong Kong – July 31, 2018 —
Invacio, an artificial intelligence company based in Hong Kong, is in talks with several governments around the world to offer their AI (Artificial Intelligence) assistance to improve aspects of national and international security, cyber warfare protection, and espionage prevention.
Many nations are facing increased threats from every angle, and not only have to recruit the right people for security personnel to sort through the mountains of data generated by governments in the 21st century but also ensure their personnel have the resources they need so they do not suffer burnout and begin to make errors. In addition, security threats must be analyzed quickly and efficiently. All of this is cost-prohibitive.
Increasingly, governments are turning to AI systems as a common tool to help them with cyber security issues. The usual AI systems are composed of either feedforward neural networks (FNN) which work in a linear fashion IE information in followed by information out, or a recurrent neural network (RNN), – a type of artificial neural network where connections between nodes form a feedback mechanism that allows it to learn from its own output. RNNs can use their internal memory to process sequences of inputs for AI, and because they can quickly connect aspects of handwriting or speech, make them vital to handwriting or speech recognition programs in cyber security. However, these networks may not be the most effective tools to use.
Invacio, on the other hand, has created a stage 3 multi agent AI system that connects globally and uses a mixture of FNNs and RNNs but in a wholly different manner from the norm. Invacio’s approach is significantly more complex due to an automated “hunt and gather” approach based on derived intelligence at each and every layer. Self-generating input layers, hidden layers, and recurrent points are all tied together and forever finding, subscribing, and deriving intelligence from both internal and external sources.
When connected to the relevant data-banks, using real time feeds and digital surveillance techniques, Invacio’s systems can build live reactive models of specific targeted persons of interest and their circles of influence. Creating ever growing neural networks around individuals and groups of people, in order to highlight and monitor any ongoing or planned criminal activities.
About Invacio: Invacio was created in 2010 as a vehicle for continuing research into and adapting AI. The company is composed of business executives from Wall Street, scientists, engineers, statisticians, coders, and entrepreneurs based on an innovation model.
For more information, please visit: https://www.invacio.com/
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