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Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) is recognizing Lumina CEO and Co-Founder Allan Martin as one of the 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2020 at its Builders + Innovators Summit.
As Lumina Analytics pursues its mission to utilize technology as a force for good, we are excited to announce a new partnership with IBM. And while many businesses have already benefitted from our Radiance solution, we also made the choice to move the platform to the...
Columbia, MD and Tampa, FL, February 6, 2020 — VersaTech, a technology services company and Lumina, a predictive analytics company, today announced a strategic partnership focused on providing innovative, AI-driven technology solutions to government agencies. “Our...
In November 2019, the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) accused Australia’s second-largest bank, Westpac, of failure to implement industry standards to guard against money laundering. AUSTRAC charged Westpac with 23 million incidents of...
Reforming the Security Clearance Process and Modernizing the Trusted Workforce for the 21st Century On April 24, 2019, President Trump signed the Executive Order on Transferring Responsibility for Background Investigations to the Department of Defense, noting that...
Introduction Homegrown radical terrorism and mass casualty events such as active shooter incidents in public spaces and schools remain real, prevalent threats to national security, to the security of private entities and their employees, to the economy, and to the...
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Tampa analytics startup builds a predictive model to see which cities will get hit the hardest by coronavirus
A Tampa-based analytics company has created a few solutions that could be used in not only tracking coronavirus cases but in predicting the spread.
Lumina, a predictive analytics firm in Tampa, is putting its artificial intelligence-driven platform and crowd-sourcing app to work to help government officials and healthcare providers predict the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus.
Florida-based analytics company Lumina Analytics compiled data on the numbers of drug-induced homicide charges using local, state and federal government records as well as a web-based algorithm to scour the internet for media reporting on those charges
Lumina Analytics LLC has raised $5 million. The funding will be used for the Radiance operating platform as well as its sales and marketing initiatives, a statement from the company said.
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