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SoftBank to offer AI-based cybersecurity service

TOKYO -- SoftBank Group will shortly launch a service that will help clients thwart cyberattacks by using artificial intelligence.

     The company has established a joint venture in Japan with Cybereason, a U.S. cybersecurity firm based in Boston, in which SoftBank has invested roughly $50 million. The Boston firm will provide the service in Japan through the venture, targeting manufacturers, financial institutions and government-related agencies that handle sensitive information.

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