HOD HASHARON, Israel, July 31, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Voyager Labs has joined the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), a Washington DC non-profit think tank that is working to bridge the gap between privacy regulation and the fast-changing technology landscape.
Voyager is a game-changing company that brings artificial intelligence (AI) and deep machine learning analytics to its public and private sector clients. These solutions are delivered while recognizing that the respect of privacy is a core principle of the company. From its very beginning, Voyager has restricted its searches to data that is either in the public domain or available consensually.
Voyager’s founder and chairman, Avi Korenblum, said, “Technology is always going to outpace regulation, so the industry, and specifically our company, must follow the highest ethical standards privacy. That is why we have signed on as a sponsor of FPF. Our commitment to privacy is as important to us as our commitment to superlative, leading-edge science.”
About Voyager Labs
Voyager Labs is a leading AI and cognitive deep learning company that enables businesses and the public sector to obtain the real-time insights needed to understand individuals’ behaviors, interests and intent. The company’s unparalleled ability to interpret the complex layers of unstructured data in the social sphere and understand billions of data points, ultimately empowers customers to make wiser decisions and take actions for a more prosperous and safer world. Founded in 2012, the company has offices in New York, Washington and Israel. For more information, please visit www.voyagerlabs.co.
Future of Privacy Forum
The Future of Privacy Forum is a non-profit organization that serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship, advancing principled data practices in support of emerging technologies. To learn more, visit www.fpf.org. http://www.voyagerlabs.co/
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