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Alphabet takes aim at cybercrime

Briefs | 01/25/2018 4:16 pm EST
Alphabet takes aim at cybercrime

In a blog post on Wednesday, Alphabet Inc.’s ‘moonshot factory’ X announced the details of its latest spinoff company — one that aims to combat cybercrime through the use of big data analytics and machine learning.

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