Let’s together protect your children's precious smiles when using the Internet
Our model detects 15+ types of harmful content including porn, violence, horror, etc.
Results From Our 2020 Research
What are CyberPurify Kids doing to keep children safer online?
We provide 3 solutions to protect children’s safe online.
AI-based image & video moderation API
We’ve used our services to help numerous companies with their online content moderation efforts.
We’re currently processing millions of API calls a month, and we return 15+ metadata classes to enable customization to your content policies. Whatever you’re looking to find in your content, chances are, we can do it.
Plug & Play Wifi Device
We make our experience and understanding of the internet filtering into reality with CyberPurify Wifi Extender.
Solve the concern of parents who want to protect their children’s online safety. We are eager to bring worldwide parents a fully-featured solution to manage all of your home’s connected devices – CyberPurify Wifi Extender.
- Complies with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n standards
- 2 x 3dBi antennas provide up to 300Mbps transmission rates
- Portable and compact—Ideal for home and travel use
- Easy wireless security encryption by one push on the WPS button
- Software wizard for simple setup
- Compact, wall plug design for convenient placement
All for your kids’s greatest future
This one is perfect. Almost all inappropriate contents are blocked and page loads much faster. I tried a few content blockers, none worked perfectly as this. Satisfied 100%. Thanks.
Jason Clark, Dad of a son and a daughter
Stories and features
CyberPurify, a startup specializing in using Machine Learning to identify harmful content, has just launched a free solution called CyberPurify Kids to help parents around the globe create a safe online environment for their kids in just a few clicks. The product runs...
The Internet is an immense resource for adults and children. Unfortunately, areas that should be “adults only” are very easy for kids to access. There’s no built-in safety. Anyone who has spend any time searching for anything on the unfiltered Internet knows that...