Posts Tagged 'intelligence'

European Intelligence and Security Informatics conference

The program is now available here and looks impressive (note also the associated Open Source Intelligence workshop in which one of my students has a paper about our work on interestingness).



I’m off on a round the Pacific trip, and won’t be able to post again until the last week of June.

If you happen to be in Sydney, I’ll be speaking:

  • On Wednesday June 4th at the University of Sydney about how to find anomalous regions in graph/relational data;
  • On Wednesday June 11th at the University of Technology on our work detecting deception in text;

I’m then heading to the Intelligence and Security Informatics conference in Taipei where I’ll be:

  • On a panel at the Pacific Asia Workshop on Intelligence and Security about the relationship between privacy and intelligence informatics;
  • Speaking about our work on deception detection in testimony;
  • Presenting results showing that many mainstream prediction and clustering technologies are relatively easily manipulated by an adversary who can get access (even very limited access) to the data.