Boris Kheyn-Kheyfets ’16BUS founded Seecure, which uses artificial intelligence to prevent public safety threats.
Current surveillance technology is complex, costly, and ineffective in combating new waves of violence. Terror is geographically dispersed and can occur in various modes as evidenced in the Brussel bombings and lone wolf stabbings in Jerusalem. Existing camera infrastructure does not prevent attacks; it is merely used to identify the terrorists. Through deep learning, Seecure identifies the behavioral characteristics behind attacks and look for them real-time to alert policemen of an impending attack.
Seecure, which started as a company providing wearable cameras to security conscious professional women, is several months away from preparing a minimal viable product for this pivot to law enforcement and threat awareness software. Seecure is also discussing potential pilots with law enforcement agencies.