After three years of hard work and great collaborations, the ROXANNE project comes to an end this December. To conclude the project, the consortium is organising a final conference which will take place as a hybrid event in Paris, France, on 29 November 2022.
During the event, we will present the results of the project, including the ROXSD dataset and the Autocrime platform. It will be an excellent opportunity to discuss the outcomes of the project with Law Enforcement Agencies together with our technical partners.
Registration is open until the 14th of November.
ROXANNE’s advanced data analysis solution, developed following a privacy-by-design approach, aims to enhance and assist police investigations while reducing the cost and burden on society owing to organised criminal activities. In the ROXANNE consortium, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), industry and academia, have joined forces in the fight against organised crime.
The main goal of this project is to develop an interactive platform with AI intelligence that will combine advanced text, speech, and language technologies, along with network analysis all into one platform. The ROXANNE project fully complies with the European legal framework and ensures that privacy and individual rights are well respected. ROXANNE aims not only to improve and assist police investigations but also to speed up investigative processes and support LEA decision-making.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Work Programme for research and innovation 2018-2020, under grant agreement n°833635.