The workshop aims to provide an overview of the active projects seeing the participation of the CINI Lab on Big Data. Three main projects will be discussed in the workshop as follows.
aims to develop a frontline
community policing tool to counteract radicalisation in Europe. It will draw data from disperse
sources into an analysis and early alert platform for data mining and prediction of critical areas
such as communities. It will make use of the latest natural language processing technologies. The
findings will help practitioners address propaganda with effective counternarratives. The CounteR
solution will support information sharing between law enforcement agencies and collaboration between
agencies by providing an open platform.
The role of the CINI Lab on Big Data is to develop data collection tools from social media and dark/deep web, on one side, and new analytics algorithms based on machine learning for radicalisation detection.
aims to develop an adaptive storage system that should allow
high-performance computing systems to deliver very high throughput and increase application
performance. The aim is to significantly improve the runtime of applications in fields such as
weather forecasting, remote sensing and deep learning.
The CINI unit of the project sees the collaboration between the CINI Lab on High Performance Computing (leading the unit) and the CINI Lab on Big Data (participating to the unit). The role of the CINI Lab on Big Data is to define and develop the proper data analytics techniques for increasing the effectiveness and performance of HPC architectures.
aims to develop an instrument that covers the entire physical and
cybersecurity value chain, increasing city resilience to security events in public areas. It will
apply IoT, AI and Big Data technologies, ensure smart city capabilities in protecting personal data
and establish a multi-tenant solution entirely coordinated with the operational needs of a wide
range of city stakeholders.
The role of the CINI Lab on Big Data is to define and deploy a big data engine with a novel data governance solution based on access control, on one side, and to implement new machine learning algorithms for anomaly detection and event recognition.