Furthermore, due to the abundance of publicly available data, Truth Hounds needed to explore additional tools and methodologies to streamline their Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) workflows. This entailed identifying and employing command-line-based tools to programmatically extract data and geo-locate social media users situated in conflict zones.
Truth Hounds gained full access to Paliscope's YOSE and Discovry, which enabled them to harness facial recognition, automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), and speech-to-text capabilities for processing their large datasets. These tools played a pivotal role in identifying war criminals and military vehicles involved in war crimes.
The AI capabilities of Paliscope YOSE significantly expedited the processing of large data volumes, enabling Truth Hounds to identify individuals responsible for war crimes and human rights abuses. This, in turn, reduced workload times, allowing Truth Hounds to explore additional investigative leads in a landscape full of social media data.
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