At the WebSci’18 Social Event and Banquet on Tuesday evening 29 May 2018, several awards were handed out by the respective Conference Chairs.
WebSci’18 Best Paper Award was shared equally by two papers:
– Miriam Fernandez, Moizzah Asif, & Harith Alani: Understanding the Roots of Radicalisation on Twitter
– Reuben Binns, Ulrik Lyngs, Max Van Kleek, Jun Zhao, Timothy Libert, & Nigel Shadbolt: Third Party Tracking in the Mobile Ecosystem.
here to read more.
The III Executive Board meeting took place in Rome on March 7 th at The Centre of excellence Altiero Spinelli (CeAS) Roma Tre University with the participation of all TRIVALENT Work-packages Leaders
Agenda EBM Mar of the event.
Find below the breakout session made by Professor Harith Alani at the Society of Evidence Based Policing (SEBP) Conference, Milton Keynes, 2018
You may also see the slides he presents
Trivalent representatives participate at the meeting organized as final event of Saffron project and held in Brussels on January 24-25, 2018.
flyer presenting the event.
Trivalent project was presented in the meeting “Prevention of Radicalization” held at Witten-Herdecke University (Bochum, Germany) on January 22, 2018.
Some pictures of the event:
How has the Islamic State’s messaging changed since its state has been destroyed? Adam Hoffman analyzes recent trends : https://dayan.org/content/physical-caliphate-ruins-propaganda-calling-jihadists-patience-and-steadfastness
Bloomberg explains that Big technology companies have added the digital signatures of 40,000 terrorist videos and images to a shared database as they seek to keep extremist content off their platforms : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-04/tech-companies-identify-remove-40-000-terrorist-videos-images
On december 5, 2017, Trivalent project participate in Brussels to t he European Commission’s 9th Community of Users on Safe, Secure and Resilient Socieities Workshop on Radicalisation.
This workshop aims:
To identify synergies and increase connections between H2020 and ISF-P-funded projects on radicalisation and related issues
To identify structural and research gaps that each project aims to overcome;
To identify good dissemination and communication practices and determine how each project intend to reach its target audiences;
Discuss the possibilities in sustaining and continuing the work after the end of the projects.
The agenda can be seen
See also as feedback of this event, the document issued by Trivalent Coordination Office available here.
The european projects represented were CONTRA, DANTE, FIRST LINE, LIAISE 2, MINDb4ACT, Pericles, PRACTICIES, RED-Alert, SAFFRON, STRESAVIORA II, TENSOR, TRIVALENT, and VOX-Pol.
Monika Bickert, Head of Global Policy Management, and Brian Fishman, Head of Counterterrorism Policy, try to answer this Hard Question on Facebook Newsroom : https://newsroom.fb.com/news/2017/11/hard-questions-are-we-winning-the-war-on-terrorism-online/
The Chicago Project on Security and Threats, which analyzed some 1,400 videos released by IS between 2013 and 2016 made some interesting conclusions. Read them in this article publshed in The Seattle Times