Actuate received a platinum award for Best Video Analytics Solution at this year’s ASTORS Awards at the sixth annual U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program. Going platinum: Best video analytics solution A part of the Homeland Security Awards Program, the sixth annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards recognizes government and vendor security providers pioneering the most innovative solutions on…
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2020 was a year of confronting unavoidable change and rethinking how we conduct day-to-day business, both for our internal teams and the clients they serve. Different industries leaned into a variety of methods to stay afloat, and there was no clearly defined answer to making or breaking it available right away. That said, what one thing do the following…
On Fuse: From Taipei to New York: An Immigrant Marine’s Path to Starting & Scaling an AI Company Sonny Tai is the CEO of Actuate, a New York-based AI Tech Startup. He was born in Taiwan and grew up in South Africa, then moved to the US with his family to get away from gun violence in…
Actuate Closes $8M Series A Round Led by Tribeca Venture Partners to Enhance Its AI Software for Smart Security Cameras NEW YORK, NY – Actuate, the leading provider of automation and intelligence software for smart security camera systems, today announced it has closed its Series A financing of $8 million to expand the capabilities of…
In February 2021, Actuate demonstrated its munitions tracking technology to Army Futures Command. Watch the video to learn more:
NEW YORK, NY – Actuate, the computer vision technology company behind the leading threat- and intruder-detecting AI software, today announced its partnership with the National Anti-Organized Retail Crime Association (NAORCA). Through this affiliation, Actuate and NAORCA will utilize their combined strength to combat the growing threat of retail crime.
Learn about Actuate’s work with Amazon Web Services: Computer vision startup Actuate AI had a novel idea for identifying threats through security footage. Instead of focusing on facial recognition, which can be expensive, biased, and unreliable, the company set out to use artificial intelligence (AI) object recognition to detect weapons using security camera footage. The result of its efforts was a system that identifies weapons and intruders in real time and notifies stakeholders of immediate threats.
Join Larry Kaul and Ben Ziomek to discuss the current trends and applications of Artificial Intelligence in commercial uses, and the program features of Actuate.ai. Watch here:
Join our CTO, Ben Ziomek, on iHeartRadio’s Passage to Profit show where he talks about entrepreneurship, COVID-19 response, AI, and school safety: Listen at iHeartRadio
Facial recognition is both frightening and powerful — characteristics that have made it one of the most well-known facets of artificial intelligence. What many people fail to realize, however, is that it’s also unique. As regulators look to regulate facial recognition they should be careful not to paint broad swathes and regulate AI all up, lest they hinder innovation.
There is a tendency in the security industry to look at artificial intelligence (AI) investments as either a panacea or just security theater. COVID-19 is redefining what it means to ensure public safety — and the tools we use to do it.
Press Release: Actuate Offering $1 Intruder Detection For Businesses Forced to Close Due to COVID-19 Emergency Measures
EdNews Daily published one of our advisers’ perspective on “Balancing the Physical and Psychological Safety of Students.”
Our friends over at readwrite were kind enough to publish our Chief Product Officer, Ben Ziomek’s, perspective on “We Don’t Have to Sacrifice Students’ Privacy for Campus Security.”
Predictive Analytics World’s ML Times hosted our CPO’s take on managing data science projects. The piece will be presented at their conference in autumn 2020.
Our CEO, Sonny Tai, shares his perspective on keeping a social-driven focus amidst increasing pressure to prioritize financial metrics above all. Those who do good can do well – as people gravitate towards the mission that your brand represents. Read the article at Quartz
Actuate, the computer vision technology company behind the leading threat- and intruder-detecting AI software, today announced its partnership with UNICOM Government, Inc. (UGI) of Chantilly, VA.
Thanks to You Don’t Need a CMO for featuring our CPO, Ben Ziomek, on their No CMO Podcast. Listen to the Podcast Here
Our CPO, Ben Ziomek, was featured on the Real Estate Innovator’s Podcast. Listen at the Real Estate Innovators
Addicted 2 Success published our CEO‘s take on avoiding startup feature sprawl: Read the article at Addicted 2 Success
Smart Cities Dive published our CPO’s take on how AI and data can make cities safer: Read the article on Route 50
Thanks to Forbes for featuring our CPO, Ben Ziomek, on its 2020 30 Under 30 List: Read more at Forbes
Smart Cities Dive published our CPO’s take on how cities can better collect and use data: Read the article on Smart Cities Dive
The Good Men Project kindly published our CEO’s perspective on how his experiences in the Marines led him to build Actuate: Read the article on The Good Men Project
Propmodo published our Chief Product Officer, Ben Ziomek’s view on privacy in PropTech. Read the Article at Propmodo
Our friends at CEOWorld published our CEO, Sonny Tai’s perspective on ensuring you have a diverse team even as an early stage startup. Read it here: Read the Article at CEOWorld
Our friends over at readwrite were kind enough to publish our Chief Product Officer, Ben Ziomek’s, perspective on privacy in AI. Read the article today.