When we heard about how many children in our own country are exploited daily for sex, we knew we had to do something. Sex slavery, the business of rape, was one of the worst fates we could imagine and we knew that even one child rescued from this fate would be worth it. We've been working passionately on solutions since 2011 when we began at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
Our team has a combined 40+ years of experience with high technology implementations, with particular emphasis on artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive modeling, and geospatial analysis. We turn big data into actionable intelligence, and deploy it through cutting edge, end-to-end solutions. Our work has been covered at the United Nations, Fast Company, NBC News, Vice, CBS News, and Scientific American.
We are proud partners and collaborators with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, International Justice Mission, DARPA Memex Program, National Science Foundation, Deliver Fund, Truckers Against Trafficking, Project Olympus, and Idea Foundry.