Right here on this website - User friendly, secure, free tools to help human rights investigators in conducting open source investigations. The system runs using virtual machines that are deleted after every use for maximum security.
Funded by the Research Wales Innovation Fund, the OSR4Rights Tools Hub developed from OSR4Rights, a collaboration between Swansea University, University of Manchester, Heriot Watt University, University of Essex and University of California Berkeley in collaboration with Amnesty International, which was funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council from 2018-2021.
We define "hate speech" as text that contains hateful, offensive and toxic language.
We will produce a score (between 0 and 100) indicative of the extent of hate speech contained in the input text.
Languages currently supported by this tool are English, Arabic and Russian
Looks for a target face which you give as an image, in many other images.
This is designed as a first pass to help human rights investigators - let this tool process many images and narrow down the most likely ones for investigators to look at
Upload a Video or Audio file and to find only the sections with English speech. We then give you back only those sections as a WAV file. For example CCTV footage looking for only the sections with talking.
Please get in touch and we can do an online demo of the tools.
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