The world belongs in the hands of humans. We empower faster, more informed decision-making with user-centered machine intelligence. Here are some examples from our blog below.
A recent Scientific American article details efforts to revolutionize Internet search technology by allowing people to review “deep web” data and search and review results in a fraction of the time. TellFinder, our search tool for finding and visualizing connections in structured and unstructured media stores, was designed to address these goals.
Two innovative Uncharted technologies, TellFinder and Salt, were featured in a segment on 60 Minutes last night. Leslie Stahl looks into how the tools are being used by criminal investigators to uncover suspected cases of human trafficking in the “deep” and “dark” corners of the web ignored by traditional search engines.
Uncharted was a proud recipient of the VAST 2011 Mini-Challenge 3 Award for Good Analysis and Support Debrief. Presented at the IEEE Information Visualization Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Award recognizes Uncharted’s analysis of terrorist activity using nSpace2.
Uncharted was a proud recipient of the VAST 2008 Grand Challenge Award for Support for Diverse Analytic Techniques. Presented at the IEEE Information Visualization Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Award recognizes Uncharted’s analysis of Wiki Editors, Migrant Boats, Cell Phone Calls, and Evacuation Traces using nSpace2 and GeoTime.
Read Uncharted’s paper from this challenge, Grand Challenge Award 2008: Support for Diverse Analytic Techniques.