Web has revolutionized our society, creating new challenges and opportunities by making information available to wider sectors of the population than ever before.
When developing new applications and services in any knowledge domain it is essential for user interfaces to be simple and easy to use for all, in
This research conducts research and technology transfer in the Public Administration, support for the design and implementation of innovative applications
Since 2000 this working unit has cooperated with several Central Public Administrations, such as the Chamber of Deputies, the Senate, the CNIPA, the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Economy in order to define the best possible way to introduce XML markup in the production process of some document classes, among which in particular the normative acts, the Hansards and the Inspection Syndicate’s acts.
Organised crime use information technology systems to communicate, work or expand their influence. Current tools for the fight against organised crime have shown their limits and reflect the need to develop a scalable tool to track them more efficiently.
CAPER ’s objective is to build a common collaborative and information sharing platform for the detection and prevention of organised crime exploiting Open Source Intelligence. State intelligence agencies are becoming more inclined to use Open Source Intelligence (OSI), and particularly tools typically associated with the Social or Semantic Web.
The analysis modules built in the CAPERproject will also give new value to existing intelligence through image, video, speech and biometric analysis.
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