Popular Science Profile Shows TellFinder XHT in Action
Applied to adult services advertisements, TellFinder XHT helps law enforcement investigate human trafficking cases
The Sept-Oct 2016 issue of Popular Science features a profile of Microsoft Principal Researcher and former DARPA program manager, Chris White. The article demonstrates how TellFinder and Aperture Tiles (the original research project from which Salt was developed) can significantly enhance searches in hidden and transient online human trafficking, terrorism, illegal markets, and fraud activity.
Uncharted Visualization Tools Illuminate Dark Web Search Tech
TellFinder and Salt bring "slick" interfaces to hard search problems
TellFinder: In Search of Better Ways to Find Criminal Activity in Massive Web Data
TellFinder aggregates similar content so investigators don't need to click every result
A new Wall Street Journal article describes how TellFinder can drastically simplify searches for illicit behavior online. TellFinder automatically aggregates similar web posts to eliminate the need for investigators to perform highly manual link-by-link examinations of every result.
Searching the Hidden Internet with TellFinder
TellFinder reveals connections and relationships in unstructured big data
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.
60 Minutes Segment Features Uncharted Technology "Exposing the Dark Web"
TellFinder and Salt reveal linking narratives in big data troves that are difficult to search and hard to understand
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.