Behavox teams up with Warwick and Tampere Universities

Level39 member Behavox, which provides holistic employee surveillance solutions, has announced a research collaboration with both the University of Warwick and Tampere University of Technology in Finland.

Behavox is collaborating with the University of Warwick’s world-renowned Computer Science department and Behavioural Science Group to develop behavioural profiling methods while producing accurate models of illicit behaviour.

By teaming up with Warwick they will identify the opportunities that massive information streams offer in gaining insight into collective decision-making.

Collaboration with the Tampere University of Technology Audio Research Group will refine secretive behavior detection methods in voice communications and the mitigation of the impact of a ‘noisy’ work environment.

Erkin Adylov, Chief Executive of Behavox, commented: Scientific collaboration with leading research-driven universities both at home and overseas is a major direction of R&D operations at Behavox. We have developed a solid research base in Big Data, machine learning and voice/natural language processing. Collaboration with the University of Warwick and Tampere University of Technology is a great opportunity to share findings, augment our knowledge and develop even more refined models and algorithms to detect and prevent illicit behavior for the ultimate benefit of society.

High Growth Company Behavox recently hired regulatory expert Alex Viall and product expert Paul Dean to support their rapid expansion.


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