The CounteR Consortium to Hold Fourth Technical Meeting in France

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On 9-10 March 2023, the CounteR Project will conduct its fourth technical meeting in Toulouse/France. The status of the work and the current and upcoming project tasks will be on the meeting’s two-day agenda.

During the first day, partners from INRIA, CINI, UCSC will review the work performed and the next steps on data acquisition, management, and analytics for detecting radical content; radicalization taxonomy and ontology; as well as data understanding and NLP analysis. The rest of the day will be dedicated to semantic reasoning, network algorithms, the demo of the current CounteR Flow, and the system’s deployment specifications – with insights by ELTE, INS, IMG, ICON, and AST.

The meeting’s second day will include plenary and small-group work, related to CounteR’s pilots and end-user training’s methodology and sessions planning, the learning and training materials, and the system’s field demonstrations. Part of the discussion, led by INS and NOVA, will focus on the platform’s deployment and user validation. Notably, during Day 2, EI and MITLA will lead a module on business exploitation, dissemination, and data privacy and ethics requirements.

This will be CounteR’s fourth technical meeting. The previous one was conducted in Malta in September, 2022.

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