Cyber Security and Information Sciences - Creating new tools for cyber defense and human language processing

Cyber Security and Information Sciences

Creating new tools for cyber defense and human language processing

We research, develop, evaluate, and deploy tools and systems designed to ensure that national security missions can be accomplished successfully despite cyber attacks. We also develop advanced hardware, software, and algorithms for processing datasets from a range of sources, including speech, imagery, text, and network traffic.

Cyber Security and Information Sciences - Creating new tools for cyber defense and human language processing

Cyber Security and Information Sciences Groups

We develop artificial intelligence algorithms, technologies, and systems for extracting information from multimedia data in adverse conditions.

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Apr
29 - 30
Endicott House, Dedham, MA

Leadership

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Featured Publications

Artificial intelligence: short history, present developments, and future outlook, final report

Jan 1
MIT Lincoln Laboratory Report

Detection and characterization of human trafficking networks using unsupervised scalable text template matching

Dec 10
Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Big Data, 10-13 December 2018, pp. 3111-20.

Classifier performance estimation with unbalanced, partially labeled data

Jan 1
Proc. Machine Learning Research, Vol. 88, 2018, pp. 4-16.

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