About Brighterion

Brighterion offers the world’s deepest and broadest portfolio of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, providing real-time intelligence from all data sources regardless of type, complexity and volume.

Our technologies are successfully applied in cyber and homeland security, Anti-money Laundering (AML), real-time cross-channel fraud prevention, onboarding and risk monitoring, behavioral device ID, data breach detection, marketing, trading, healthcare and biotech.

Brighterion has received multiple awards including: the Innovation World Series Award and the Morgan Stanley Fintech of the Year Award (See Here). Brighterion has also been designated a 2017 Cool Vendor by Gartner, Inc. You can download a copy of the report here.

History of Brighterion

Dr. Adjaoute founded his first company, Conception En Intelligence Artificielle in 1994 in Paris, France where he was able to successfully apply his years of research in the field of artificial intelligence in various industries throughout Europe. Conception En Intelligence Artificielle initially offered Rylm, a platform (MINDsuite) based on Smart Agents, Neural Networks, Business Rules, Cased-based Reasoning and Fuzzy Logic.

Rylm’s first application was in the decommissioning of  nuclear facilities and nuclear waste management.  This application was led by the team that invented the programming language PROLOG and is described in the Radioactive Waste Handling Operations paper.

Rylm’s second application was in healthcare at Necker Hospital as highlighted by the French magazine L’Usine Nouvelle Technologies.

Another application of Rylm was in network troubleshooting which was described in the French magazine 01 iInformatique.

The technology behind Rylm was also successfully applied in various other fields including: financials, supply chain, retail, and military.

Rylm has also received recognition for its industry-leading technology including mention in the Meta Group report Data Mining Market for best Machine Learning Technology.

In 2000, this technology formed the foundation of Brighterion, Inc. and in 2002, Raymond Kendall,  three-time Secretary General of INTERPOL joined the company. Since the founding of Brighterion, the core technology has been adapted and improved for real-time applications in the fields of payment, healthcare, marketing, homeland security, etc.