Fairfax, Virginia, December 2013 – Exprentis Inc., a Virginia-based provider of compliance data analytics and knowledge engineering services, has completed its contributions to a corpus of regulatory documents and a regulatory ontology that will be used by Intelligence Advanced Research Project Agency (IARPA) under its Toward Automated International Law Compliance Program (TAILCM) . The regulatory document corpus and the regulatory ontology will be used to train and test knowledge extraction models to be developed under the IARPA TAILCM research program.
“Our goal is to stay on the edge of academic research and advanced technology developments. This award from IARPA is a clear indication that our achievements in the area of regulatory knowledge engineering and data mining are recognized,” said Dr. Tom Dybala, Exprentis Founder and President.
“IARPA shows that regulatory compliance needs call for the recent advances in semantic technologies and automated knowledge extraction methods,” added Dr. Roman Vichr, Exprentis’ Vice President of Technology and Engineering.
About Exprentis, Inc.
Exprentis is a software solutions firm providing products and services targeted to the regulatory compliance and risk management needs of financial services firms. Exprentis’ services include compliance data analytics, development of analytical detection models, model optimization and validation, setup and enhancements of model risk management frameworks, and technology research and feasibility studies. Exprentis’ products include regulatory knowledge-based products that help to automate compliance processes, enhance workflows, and ensure consistency of alert and case investigations and reporting. For more information go to www.exprentis.com.