School of Computing

Oct 23
11:00 - 12:00
Detecting False Information with Human-in-the-Loop AI Approach
School of Computing - Security Group Seminar
Speaker: Enes Altuncu (University of Kent)

Abstract: False information has been a concern of many people since the beginning of the humanity. This has become an even bigger issue in today's highly digitised and networked world, e.g., caused by wide spread of false information of different kinds on online social media and instant messaging applications. In this seminar, an ongoing PhD study aiming at developing a generic false information detection framework based on human-in-the-loop AI, which is an emerging trend in both AI and HCI communities to enable closer collaboration between humans and machines to solve problems that cannot be solved well by humans or machines alone, will be introduced.

Bio: Enes Altuncu is a PhD student from the School of Computing at University of Kent. Before joining the School of Computing, he completed his BSc in Computer Engineering at Middle East Technical University and MSc in Computer Engineering at TOBB University of Economics and Technology, both in Turkey. His research interests include false information detection/prevention, human factors in cyber security and AI/ML applications in cyber security.

Location

Online
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to everyone, especially those interested in cyber security research,

Free



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E: j.r.c.nurse@kent.ac.uk

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Last Updated: 14/08/2015