IARPA to host HIATUS Proposers’ Day
On December 23, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) announced an upcoming Proposers’ Day. The Human Interpretable Attribution of Text using Underlying Structure (HIATUS) Proposer’s Day will introduce potential proposers to the program and provide information on technical requirements and program objectives.
The HIATUS Proposers’ Day meeting will be held on January 19, 2022 from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern to introduce the HIATUS program to potential proposers and to provide information on technical requirements and program objectives.
HIATUS seeks to develop novel human-useable AI systems for attributing authorship and protecting author privacy through identification and leveraging of explainable linguistic fingerprints. The program will develop novel techniques to generate representations that capture author-level linguistic variation and will use these representations to build human-interpretable algorithms to perform authorship attribution and ensure author privacy (i.e., via removal of author-identifying characteristics from text). Successful technical approaches will be scalable across diverse topic domains, genres and languages.
The HIATUS Proposers’ Day is a virtual meeting that will be broadcast via the Webex video conference platform for remote attendees. A recorded video of the meeting will be made available to the public on the IARPA website at https://www.iarpa.gov/index.php/researchprograms/hiatus. To attend, participants must register prior to January 14, 2022 at noon Eastern. Same day registrations will not be accepted.
The right opportunity can be worth millions. Don’t miss out on the latest IC-focused RFI, BAA, industry day, and RFP information – subscribe to IC News today.