Marinus Analytics is a woman-owned company founded in 2014 out of Carnegie Mellon Robotics. We investigate how AI can turn big data online into actionable intelligence.
We know that it's not just about data: it's about people. Behind massive data streams are the individuals who create them. Whether it's a dealer posting drugs for sale online, a criminal behind thousands of financial transactions, or a victim behind millions of adult advertisements... we pinpoint the person in the data.
The AI solutions we deploy help law enforcement, government, and the private sector identify and combat criminal activity. Our solutions empower data-driven, people-centric responses in the modern age.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CARA JONES
CEO and cofounder of Marinus Analytics, Cara is passionate about high tech implementations that maximize the efficiency, and by extension, impact, of agencies. She has managed the maturation and commercialization of Marinus Analytics’s Traffic Jam software since the company's founding. She has a deep wealth of experience ranging from engineering autonomous robots, integration testing federal enterprise IT, and even coaching ice hockey, and leads Marinus's expansion across law enforcement, government, and corporate sectors.
PRESIDENT EMILY KENNEDY
President and cofounder of Marinus Analytics, Emily is passionate about bringing AI and technology to bear on our most pressing social problems, like human trafficking. She routinely advises and trains stakeholders—such as attorneys general, prosecutors, law enforcement agents, and NGOs—on use of technology to enable data-driven, proactive impact. She is a Mother of Invention, keynote speaker, and activist.
fighting human trafficking
Every day, there are hundreds of thousands of ads online selling sex. Behind many of these are victims of human trafficking. Our flagship tool, Traffic Jam, uses AI like facial recognition to decrease investigations by 50%, find victims more quickly, and take down organized criminal networks.
AI solutions for all agencies
The modern law enforcement agency needs to take advantage of all available AI tools to turn big data into actionable intelligence. But migration of data to the cloud is crucial to take advantage of AI tools, and that task can be daunting. We make it straightforward and seamless, so your organization can make the most of cutting-edge AI.
visualizing unstructured data
Government agencies are drowning in data. But in large amounts of data, we see potential. When visualized, this data can pull out patterns that reveal trends, empower action, and allow you to interact with your data as never before.
Tackling the opioid crisis
The manufacture and sale of opioids has become an epidemic in the United States, ruining the lives of thousands. We apply AI to help law enforcement track the sale of opioids, opioid precursors, and other hard drugs online, to prevent the ensnarement of future victims. Contact us with the Subject Line “Drugs Sold Online” to learn more.
Every day, there are hundreds of thousands of ads online selling sexual services; behind many of these are victims of human trafficking. The company’s flagship tool, Traffic Jam, uses AI like facial recognition to help law enforcement find victims and enable them to take down organized criminal networks. In 2018, Traffic Jam was used to identify an estimated 3,000 victims of sex trafficking. Traffic Jam is used by law enforcement agencies in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Contact us for a free Traffic Jam trial.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is a global technology leader focused on developing intelligent solutions that allow customers to capture, analyze and act upon data seamlessly from edge to cloud. HPE enables customers to accelerate business outcomes by driving new business models, creating new customer and employee experiences, and increasing operational efficiency today and into the future.
Since 2018, HPE has been partnering with Marinus Analytics to accelerate our work using AI and big data to fight injustices like human trafficking. HPE is supporting Marinus through collaboration on visualization of data and production of data-driven reports summarizing trends of human trafficking globally, as well as amplifying the mission of Marinus as we scale.
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