The RiskTrack project was present at the 1st International Caparica in Translational Forensics which took place between the 20th and 23rd of November 2017. The Conference aimed to connect in a transversal way experts in forensic sciences with the objective of joining together as many forensic disciplines as possible. The basic idea of the conference was to share the latest advances in forensic research and forensic technology as well as to report on their implementation in real cases.

In this vein, the research team from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) explored the potential of leveraging machine learning and data mining in digital forensics and focused further on the significance of online social networks on radicalisation assessment and the eploitation of linguistic markers as a means to detect radicalisation over the internet.

For more information, feel free to visit the Forensics 2017 website.

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