We’ve spent the past year helping the intelligence community (IC) build a brand new system from the ground up that mines massive amounts of structured and unstructured data (high tens to 100+ million documents), stores the results in a highly flexible semantic meta-model that’s massively distributable, lends itself to fierce analysis by the men and women who protect our country and we heavily use Java-based open source software to do it.
This presentation begins with an overview of the problem domain and our experiences with performing semantic analysis on massive amounts of messy structured and unstructured data, but quickly transitions to a discussion of how we’ve leveraged open source software to create a powerful solution stack for the IC. Specifically, we’ll discuss:
A working demonstration using publicly available data will accompany the presentation (and hopefully be available at a public URL for users to tinker with during/after the presentation.
Vice President of Engineering – Digital Reasoning Systems, a firm that specializes in data mining at scale
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