S2W, the data intelligence company and the developer of DarkBERT, has recently been selected as one of the "Top 100 Tech Startups" by the World Economic Forum (WEF).
This is the first time a Korean security startup like S2W has been chosen as one of the top 100 startups by the World Economic Forum. In May, there was also the exciting news of DarkBERT's research paper being accepted by ACL, one of the world's top three NLP (natural language processing) conferences.
In June, S2W also closed the supply contract for such DarkBERT-powered solution, Xarvis, to an Indonesia public agency. Farid, the Singapore Branch Manager of Tensor Security Asia Pacific, stated, "S2W's technological capabilities are remarkable," and added, "As S2W's solutions have international competitiveness, we plan to expand the market together starting with this contract."
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