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IARPA to Host Proposers’ Day for Program on Crowdsourcing, Analytic Thinking

IARPA_logo_EMThe Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity is inviting potential proposers on the Crowdsourcing Evidence, Argumentation, Thinking and Evaluation program to attend a Proposers’ Day conference on June 30.

IARPA said in the program webpage that the event’s announcement is part of the presolicitation to provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions on CREATE’s program goals and network with potential partners.

The program aims to leverage collaboration between academia and industry to develop structured reasoning methods and crowdsourcing approaches to bolster analytic thinking in terms of refining arguments, the agency added.

Interested participants in the conference are required to register online by June 23.

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