FADN: in Crimea implement a monitoring system of international relations

SIMFEROPOL, November 16. /Corr. Alexey Konovalov/. In the Crimea this year will begin the implementation of a system for monitoring and control of international relations, created by Russian developers on the basis of artificial intelligence technologies, announced the head of Federal Agency on Affairs of nationalities of the Russian Federation Igor Barinov.

“We expect that the Crimea will be one of the first subjects where it (monitoring system) will work in full”, – said Barinov after the signing of the agreement on the monitoring system between the Agency and the government of the Crimea. “The whole software product, we will provide, will provide experts who will come and help her to adjust. Used self-learning artificial intelligence system that does not require any special training. Therefore, we hope as soon as possible to start it in commercial operation”, – he added.

Among the regions that priority system will be implemented monitoring, has entered Tatarstan, the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous district and Yaroslavl region. According to Barinov, from the regions, the implementation of such a system will require little funding – around 2-3 million. In 2016 the system will be implemented in the whole territory of Russia.

The Deputy chief of Department of monitoring, analysis and forecast of Federal Agency on Affairs of nationalities of the Roman Safronov explained that the monitoring system can monitor the conflict situation in the blogosphere, media reports, and to assess the activities of NGOs, national diasporas and religious communities. “The task at the earliest possible stages to identify situations that could escalate into ethnic conflict. Once the artificial intelligence program it reveals the system provides a signal to officials and municipal employees about what the conflict is and where it happens,” – said Safronov.

To signals system officials will be required to respond in accordance with the prescribed green, yellow or red level of threat in international relations.