Dating back to the 1950s scientists have been intrigued by creating artificial intelligence (AI) solutions that mimic the human brain, however mythical it may sound, and today we are living in a time when something you’d typically see in a Hollywood movie has actually come to life. And it’s a beautiful thing.
With most things in life there’s a learning curve whether it be riding a bicycle or becoming a lawyer, and there’s a point where the haziness subsides, the sun comes out, and you can bask in clarity. After studying social media for the past 15 years, which has been both a challenge and an adventure, it’s exciting for me to be using that experience to lead the Soteria Intelligence team. Here’s what I learned over time.
Soteria Intelligence is excited to announce that after four years of research and development our proprietary artificial intelligence platform aimed at combating terrorism has come to life. Additionally, AI-powered social media intelligence solutions for brand reputation management and public relations are now available.
Having grown up in the heart of Los Angeles I’ve had the opportunity to experience the entertainment industry firsthand ranging from childhood friends that became big successes to working in-house for a billion-dollar celebrity brand, and in recent years the industry has seen a few big shifts which I’ll cover in this post.
Throughout our lives we are confronted with experiences that have no meaning on the surface, but when presented with time to learn, improved understanding of the experiences themselves and repetition, our brains are empowered. It is this level of knowledge and expertise that makes seasoned trial attorneys so successful, longtime surgeons great at what they do, and why we learned early on that sticking your finger in the campfire is a horrible idea.
Almost daily we are reminded of just how important social media threat intelligence is ranging from the Ohio State University attack that occurred earlier in the week where threatening posts were made on Facebook to ISIS regularly flooding Twitter with hateful propaganda. Given the steady increase in online threats since 2012 and subsequent loss of life, clearly more has to be done.
In the past few months the world has been taken over by creepy clowns trying to scare people for fun, threaten them, and even cause harm. What began as a group of small incidents and subsequent copy cats has spiraled into a worldwide craze where creepy, scary clowns are securing news headlines from Los Angeles, California to Zurich, Switzerland.
Looking at the history of mankind spanning thousands of years, hatred was always present and people have been persecuted for a wide variety of reasons up until this day, but in recent times hate has been digitized and weaponized with the rise of social media. And that’s unacceptable to us.
Press Release: Soteria Intelligence Disrupts Social Media Analytics, Uses Machine Learning to Detect Threats
Soteria Intelligence is excited to announce the company’s research and development focused on creating the next generation of social media threat intelligence solutions with the power to learn and become more effective over time.
The threat landscape has forever shifted in recent times and social media threats are one of the most serious problems in the world today ranging from threats aimed at schools and corporations to terrorist use of social media, which threatens national security.
Humans are amazing creatures and what we’re capable of is truly magical when you take a step back and think about it. We can hear unfamiliar sounds and they mean absolutely nothing, but a combination of sounds – the strumming of a guitar or beat of a drum – can come together to form a composition that we not only recognize, but also know the musician and lyrics to. These patterns we detect unlock a different reality.