Nexalogy participated extensively in Trident Juncture 2018 with NATO as an emergent technology in cyber social media security and artificial intelligence. In addition to international military exercises, Nexalogy has also shown the capacity of our tech to detect foreign interference in Canadian diplomatic and political discussions well ahead of news journalism. Nexalogy’s Director of Public Sector Services presented on AI in the case of Trident Juncture 2018 and the relationship between AI and Human Rights at the Concordia 4th Space as part of an event hosted by the Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies.
Nexalogy tech also collects and reports on Russian language discussions as part of NATO operations as was the case for the major Russian military exercise Zapad 2017 which included videos circulated online of explosive ordinance being fired almost directly on top of journalist observers. Nexalogy AI helps NATO to understand, build, engage, neutralise and distract (B.E.N.D) techniques of information warfare in languages other than english such as Russian, French and Korean.
Nexalogy has been tracking jihadist discussions on Twitter for several years, concentrating on mentions of ‘al-kanadi’ and ‘al-britani’ this research leads directly to the identification of terrorism networks and is evident of the B.E.N.D. social media methodology in action. This type of data science is critical for current and future diplomats and law enforcement agents and that is why we have a comprehensive and concise training program.
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