Japanese SoftBank invests $100 million in a project founded by a Belarusian
The Japanese holding company SoftBank Group is investing $ 100 million in the British startup Behaviox. It uses artificial intelligence to monitor employee behavior in financial companies. In particular, AI allows Behaviox to detect malicious actions of employees, such as unauthorized transactions or bribery, reports dev.by.
The co-founder of Behaviox is Belarusian Kirill Trembovolsky. Information about the deal involving SoftBank appeared on its Facebook page.