Harmful content is unfortunately common on the internet. Every day, more than 80 years' worth of new video footage is uploaded to social media, along with hundreds of millions of posts containing text and images. Humans cannot possibly keep up. Unitary's state-of-the-art technology interprets online content at scale, incorporating context to build up a complete understanding.
Safety must become a priority. Remove all risks.
Make sure your users and your ambassadors are aligned with your beliefs and values. We understand that every community and every brand has its own definition of safety. Unitary's customisable technology allows everyone to be protected. Whether you are looking for general NSFW moderation or to identify a particular type of content, Unitary's AI can customise to your needs.Looking for a bespoke moderation solution? Get in Touch
Unitary's Risk API allows you to effortlessly check for a variety of customisable content types that might be unsafe for your users, community or brand. We flag inappropriate content so you can take action. Screen all posts, past and present, to make sure you're covered.
Expose harmful content. Act now.
Stay informed of how your brand is portrayed online. Screen brand ambassadors so you know they are a safe choice.
Unitary's AI interprets online images and videos in context. We use a range of signals to quickly interpret even subtle behaviours.
Automate your moderation processes to safeguard your platform. We operate at scale to identify harm and allow you to act fast.
Avoid any risks and keep your community safe. Prioritize the safety of your users and stay alert to any issues as they arise.
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Unitary was recognised in TechRound's 29 Under 29 list of 2020.
Unitary's detoxify (a simple python library to detect hate speech and toxic comments online) was featured in Jack Clark's newsletter
Unitary's CEO listed on Beauhurst as one of the UK's top female entrepreneurs under 30
Unitary featured on a special episode of Reid Hofman's Masters of Scale podcast
Unitary was selected as one of 10 startups to join Google's Women Founders Residency programme