The Silicon Review
There is tremendous excitement in the air about artificial intelligence (AI) across the world today. Everyone seems to be talking about AI—from leaders of the industry, scientific thinkers, heads of state, to the grandmother next door. The subject has been widely welcomed as the salvation of humankind, and, at the same time, has invited criticism for bringing in the potential doom of humans.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming the nature of almost everything which is connected to human life e.g. employment, economy, communication, warfare, privacy, security, ethics, healthcare, etc. However, we are yet to see its evolution in the long-term, whether it's leading humanity towards making this planet a better place to live. As AI development is speeding up, more robots or autonomous systems are being born and replacing human labor. This is the current situation; however, in the long term, results seem to get more interesting.
One such firm which is a pioneer in the field of Artificial Intelligence is Calypso AI.
Calypso AI is the world's first SaaS-based AI Security software developed to measure, understand, and improve the adversarial robustness of AI systems. Their SaaS-based offering allows teams to defend against AI-induced cyber and operational risks.
The suite of analytic tools sits at the cutting edge of AI capabilities, allowing organizations to unpack and dissect AI’s blackbox to ensure it makes cyber secure, algorithmically robust, and ethically sound decisions. For AI developers, Calypso software serves as a monitoring and evaluation layer, providing unprecedented insight into AI blackboxes to deeply understand vulnerabilities. For organization leaders, Calypso AI provides AI certification, showing that models meet security, ethics, and industry compliance standards.
Developed by an elite military research team with experience at the DoD, DARPA, and NASA, Calypso’s approach to AI evaluation leverages breakthrough research, highly automated software, and scalable infrastructure to revolutionize the process of evaluating AI.
Unveiling the services and solutions offered by Calypso
The company’s experts work with their clients to harden their models so they can withstand the most powerful adversarial attacks.
Underlying bias in AI creates operational, legal, and ethical risk. We examine your AI’s training data and processes to eliminate unwanted bias and prevent adverse outcomes.
The firm has a military-trained red teams attack your AI to evaluate its security and identify weaknesses. We simulate real-world threats that AI systems face every day to prepare your systems for future assaults.
Ethical AI Testing
In conjunction with our AI ethics partners, Calypso’s technical team conducts an ethics audit on your AI to assess for brand safety and ethical violations.
Regulatory and Legal Risk Management
The firm consults on the legal risks of AI within your industry and helps your systems achieve compliance today while working through the likely regulatory and explainability challenges of the future.
Management of Training and Education
Calypso works with organizational leaders to educate on AI Security and dig deeper into the company-and sector-specific areas of AI risk, vulnerability, and ethical considerations.
Calypso’s team of research scientists and adversarial AI experts conducts teach-ins with technical teams about mitigating AI security threat. The company’s suite of developer tools enables teams to build, deploy and monitor robust AI systems. Calypso’s AI security solutions sit along developer pipelines and integrate with third-party tools for easy access.
The mastermind behind the success of Calypso AI
Neil Serebryany is the Founder and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Calypso. Prior to founding the company, Neil worked on AI technology and innovation efforts at the U.S. Department of Defense. Prior to that, he worked at Jump Investors and Amplify.la. Neil has started and successfully managed several previous ventures as well as conducted reinforcement learning research at the University of Southern California.