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Could This Tech Have Stopped Bombers? – Tech Bisnow (DC)
When news broke that one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects had slipped through national security cracks, one DC-area company wondered if its software could have prevented the attack. Basis Technology fed solution director Jeff Godbold and fed biz dev director Mike Veronis thought of how their company’s multi-lingual text analytics software could have at least helped. It mines info from large volumes of text in any […]Read more
How Foreign Names Trip Up Terrorism Databases – Interview with CEO Carl Hoffman – Information Week
In last month’s Boston Marathon bombing, the key suspect’s name, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, had multiple spellings on U.S. intelligence watch lists. How can we beat this problem? Law enforcement and intelligence agencies have many tools at their disposal to fight terrorism. But the most basic of mistakes, often the result of human error, can have deadly […]Read more
Basis Technology Places in Top Tier of MITRE Name Matching Software Challenge
Rosette Name Indexer earns high honors across all metrics and test sets for multicultural name matching Cambridge—October 11, 2011—Basis Technology today announced its top tier finish in the MITRE Multicultural Person Name Matching Challenge in which 40 teams competed over eight months to accurately find all matching names within a given data set. During the contest, participants […]Read more