The project leverages Wikipedia data on U.S. far-right extremists and organizations as a proxy for public awareness on the topic. With temporal analysis, development of the network shows the growth of public attention on national security concerns, allowing for comparative analysis between types of extremism and seeking to better understand public knowledge as a factor for agenda setting and policy making. The first attempt presented here is an experimental approach.
"CYsyphus" (pronounced SIGH-si-fis) is a decision-support tool, that provides users with an easy-to-search online database on existing cyber reports and recommendations. CYsyphus facilitates the discovery of past wisdom to avoid repetition and enable leapfrogging to new insights and recommendations in support of policy makers, congressional staffers, journalists and students.
All-source intelligence analysts need improved modeling, analytic tools, and data visualization in order to understand dense urban areas and enhance situational awareness more effectively. POLassist helps you understand location data in an urban areas to improve situational awareness and response allocation. The POLassist prototype was developed as part of "Hacking4Defense" at Columbia University in the City of New York, 2020.