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Tampa, Florida, July 10, 2019 – Lumina, a predictive analytics company whose AI-driven Radiance platform helps keep people and places safe and secure through active and early detection of potential risk-related behaviors, announced today that it has raised an...
~~Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and data analysis can speed the investigatory process, allow for continuous evaluation and reduce existing backlog~~ Lumina’s AI-driven Radiance platform, which uses proprietary, deep-web listening algorithms to uncover...
~~AI-powered technology helps organizations anticipate, understand, manage and mitigate risk~~ Lumina announced today the launch of its new Radiance platform, which uses proprietary, deep-web listening algorithms to uncover risk, provide timely and actionable...
How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Used to Predict Threats of Mass Violence in Public Spaces and Live Spaces
Introduction We are deeply saddened but perhaps no longer shocked when we hear of yet another mass shooting in the United States. Perhaps one of the most frightening aspects is that they happen all over the country and in a wide variety of locations. This can make us...
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 corporations, and to the security of schools, colleges, and universities. There have...
Using Predictive Analytics to Detect Threats on Campuses A guide to improved University, College and High School security.
Introduction Mass school shootings have become so common in the United States that we are no longer surprised when news of yet another one flashes across our TV screen or social media feed. After a mass shooting, there are always intense yet similar debates about what...
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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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