Be Aware Of What You Share
Software demo showing how to track people's movements and predict future behavior by mining data from social networking websites.
Raytheon's 'principal investigator' Brian Urch explains how the "Riot" (Rapid Information Overlay Technology) program mines social network data.
The technology was shared with US government and industry as part of a joint research and development effort, in 2010, to help build a national security system capable of analysing "trillions of entities" from cyberspace.
The software makes ii possible to gain an entire snapshot of a person's life – their friends, the places they visit charted on a map – in little more than a few clicks.
A recently published Raytheon patent outlines a system designed to gather data on people from social networks, blogs and other sources to identify whether they should be judged a security risk.
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