INEA has awarded Pangeanic's consortium almost €1M to develop a multilingual anonymization toolkit based on AI processing of health, life science, and legal texts for Public Administrations. The MAPA Project (Multilingual Anonymisation toolkit for Public Administrations) will make use of state-of-the-art Natural Language Processing tools to develop the open source toolkit with a focus on the medical and legal domains, deploying it at several Public Administrations in Europe.
"The aim of MAPA is to provide data anonymization so language data can be shared across and between organizations, while protecting private or sensitive data. Implementation cases will focus on de-identifying, obfuscating or pseudo-anonymizing personally identifiable information to prove not matter which language a Public Administration or user deals with, the solution can cope. MAPA will enable PA's to comply with GDPR to a high degree of accuracy and protect an individual’s private details while maintaining the usefulness of the source data." - Manuel Herranz, CEO