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36th International Conference of Data Protection & Privacy Commissioners: Recap & Reflections

By Mila Romanoff Oct 23, 2014
There is a wealth of data, or digital traces, being generated by people as they go about their daily lives in the 21st century - posting online, commenting on articles, making transactions, using...
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Data Diving in Washington DC

By René Clausen Nielsen Apr 7, 2013
  130 volunteers from the DataKind network, several experts from international organizations and the team from Global Pulse swarmed the World Bank Headquarters in Washington DC last month...

'Tis the Season: Big Data for Development (PART II)

By Anoush Rima Tatevossian Mar 11, 2013
  There has been a great deal of discussion and exploration on the topic of how Big Data is applicable to global development happening in institutions across and outside of the UN system of late...

‘Tis the Season: Big Data for Development (PART I)

By Anoush Rima Tatevossian Mar 8, 2013
  “Big Data for Development” is in the air and we couldn’t be more pleased to see the topic gaining traction. As described in a our previous post, Global Pulse’s vision involves raising...

2012 Year in Review

By Global Pulse Jan 2, 2013
 This is an exciting time at Global Pulse! Since the initiative was founded, we have been raising awareness of the opportunities presented by Big Data and investigating the viability of using...

Not If, But How, Big Data can Help Drive Development

By Robert Kirkpatrick Oct 25, 2012
Last week, Global Pulse was honored to once again present at the O’Reilly Strata Conference - which has come to be known as the largest industry conference on the topic of Big Data and data science....

Pulse Lab Jakarta Official Launching

By Global Pulse Oct 2, 2012
 (1 October - Jakarta) What can Tweets tell us about inflation? Are internet searches reliable predictors of disease outbreak? And can mobile phone data tell us about whether public health...

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