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Voyager Labs Secures Japanese Government Agency Contract

Voyager Labs, a specialist in advanced artificial intelligence (AI)-based investigation solutions, has sealed a major deal with a Japanese government agency..

The contract provides the government agency with an AI-based investigation platform that analyzes massive amounts of intelligence and unstructured information from any source including open and deep data, helping to understand content and human interactions and uncover hidden or unknown connections and relationships.

“I am glad that we are collaborating in the fight against terror and crime. This is a strategic win for Voyager Labs and our partner Terilogy Worx Corporation in Japan. Using Voyager Labs’ cutting-edge intelligence solutions, our clients gain unique capabilities to proactively identify and disrupt potential threats. We bring additional layers of deep investigative insights using a combination of AI, machine learning and OSINT to uncover hidden trails, infringed information, and bad actors,” said Divya Khangarot, Managing Director APAC at Voyager Labs.

“Voyager Labs’ advanced AI-based technology is a uniquely powerful asset in the fight for public security. In partnership with Voyager Labs, we are extremely honored to be able to support this government agency’s work of accelerating criminal investigations and disinformation campaign analysis here in Japan,” said Nobuo Miyamura, CEO of Terilogy Worx.

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