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Re: <nettime> Pricing a Protest: Forecasting the Dynamics of Civil
walter palmetshofer on Sun, 11 Oct 2015 17:08:33 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Pricing a Protest: Forecasting the Dynamics of Civil

Maybe this is interesting in that context:

Social Unrest: Millennial Uprising Scenario 2015 by Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies

slides http://www.risk.jbs.cam.ac.uk/news/events/other/downloads/150122_riskbriefing_socialunrestrisk_slides.pdf

report http://cambridgeriskframework.com/getdocument/22

Also a few days ago there was the Recorded Future User Network
Conference, perhaps Dan Geer can chip in on the latest.

>From the department nothing new under the sun:

This was from 2012 


back then recordedfuture had interesting webinars on monitoring protest 
and social unrest, here claiming 85% accuracy for their prediction 2012 


Monitoring Protests and Unrest - Recorded Future Webcast 2012


Monitoring Social Media Authors 2014


also interesting Quid https://youtu.be/mKZCa_ejbfg?t=890




and the above mentioned Cytora - Real-Time Political Risk Analysis 


Future research projects http://minerva.dtic.mil/funded.html

And then there is always enterprise solution Palantir.

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