Chris Cleveland `15SEAS has always been passionate about solving hard problems with a high impact. Now, he’s developed Pixm to make artificial intelligence technologies that work to combat internet fraud.
Online counterfeit websites and phishing cost the private sector over $11B dollars a year, in addition to massive scandals in the IRS, DoD and government sectors. When the 2015 Nepal earthquake happened, tens of millions of dollars that should have gone to relief efforts wound up in the hands of criminals impersonating the Red Cross and UNICEF. Pixm solves this human factor issue with technology that authenticates the part of the web that users see and interact with — the front end content.
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