USCS hosted CounteR’s Second General Meeting

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On 28-30 June 2023, the CounteR’s consortium successfully conducted its second general meeting in Milan.  UCSC was the host of the event and provided an overview of the tasks, related to radicalisation taxonomy and ontology.
During the meeting, the partners reviewed the project’s status, as well as the implementation of the current and upcoming tasks and milestones. CINI briefed the consortium about the improvements made to the data collectors. INRIAIMG and ELTE focused on NLP analysis, transfer learning and social network analysis in order to clarify how LEAs can use the CounteR system, specifically with regards to the aspects of software testing and deployment. ETI and MITLA delivered presentations on data anonymization, ethics, and social impact assessment. Next, INS and NOVA briefed the group about the system’s field demonstrations and user validation.
INSNOVA and AST conducted hands-on exercises and guided practice sessions for participants to become familiar with CounteR platform’s functionalities. Notably, the partners were able to test CounteR’s software tool, its features and capabilities, using the provided test cases.
As IMG’s Georgi Kostadinov commented, the meeting in Milan was a thrilling opportunity to collaborate directly with the project’s end-users and pilot algorithms for radicalisation, as well as to demonstrate and test the capabilities of the content moderation solution in detecting radicalisation concepts.

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