Mission and Vision
Safer AI for a better World.
Pluribus One develops Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence solutions for cybersecurity. While AI is often considered the weak link in the Cybersecurity chain, Pluribus One products stand out for their security, thanks to over 20 years of experience of its founders in world-class research.
Tailored Cybersecurity solutions.
Pluribus One's mission is to transform basic research results into commercial products and to provide innovative solutions, based on secure machine learning algorithms, tailoring each product to customer needs.
Advanced consulting, vulnerability assessment and analysis, IT training services for Public Administrations and private companies.
Pluribus One offers top-level consulting and training services for managing, understanding, securing and exploiting data from different physical and logical sources. Our customers safely enjoy our products in these fields: Public Administration, Healthcare, FinTech and E-Payment, Defence, Education and Research, E-commerce, Water and Electric services.
We, Pluribus One.
All the founders of Pluribus One have been doing research on pattern recognition for many years. The name and the slogan of the company are a tribute to one of the fathers of the science & technology of pattern recognition: Satosi Watanabe.
Watanabe defined pattern recognition as “seeing one in many”, namely, the capability of recognizing the unity (One) in the multiplicity (Pluribus), the capability of recognizing one face in a huge collection of pixels or recognizing the concept of tree despite the huge variety of sizes, shapes, and colours of the different individualities.
Recognizing (and neutralizing) a cyber threat, therefore, in the midst of the many facets of the digital world and web traffic, is the company's main mission.
Seeing, surviving, making sense.
Many species of living beings recognize effortless regularities, complex patterns, in the multiplicity of sounds, images, stimula, captured by their sense organs. Surviving would not be possible without such a capability.
Without the capability of “seeing one in many”, the natural and artificial beings, the machines we design, are condemned to live in chaos. Indeed, common sense laws and nature laws emerge from “seeing one in many”.
Making sense of the world in a future will be possible only for machines that are capable of seeing one in many.
But engineering isn't about perfect solutions; it's about doing the best you can with limited resources