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Creating Clarity for Human Terrain Analysis

October 12, 2011

Creating Clarity for Human Terrain Analysis

In a world that’s increasingly influenced by nontraditional, disparate data,  as well as  open source information channels, the Department of Defense (DoD) continues to lack the critical ability to rapidly synthesize and aggregate information at scale to fully understand how “new data” affects “current data.” In fact, finding new ways and technologies to increase the