Pulse Lab: Pulse Lab Kampala

UN World Data Forum 1

UN World Data Forum

The UN World Data Forum brings together data and statistical experts and users from governments, civil society, the private sector, donor and philanthropic bodies, international and regional agencies, the geospatial community, the media, academia and professional bodies. Data experts and users gather to spur data innovation, mobilize high-level political and financial support for data, and build a …

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Data Science Africa 2020 2

Data Science Africa 2020

(Remote) The DSA 2020 conference will take place remotely and start on 24th July. This year the event will consist of a summer school, workshops, and field work. Summer school: Virtual summer school on machine learning and data science targeting graduate students, researchers and professionals working with huge amounts of data or unique datasets, and …

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Qatalog 8

Qatalog

Qatalog Query, Assign, Tag, and Analyse Qatalog is a multi-faceted tool for accessing and analyzing numerous data sources including PDF documents, radio, and historical social media data related to specific topics, themes, and discussions. Read More About Qatalog Qatalog is an AI-powered tool that uses speech recognition technology developed by UN Global Pulse to ‘listen’ …

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Android FM Radio Library Developer 14

Android FM Radio Library Developer

Deadline extended to 13 March 2020 Purpose and Scope of Assignment Pulse Lab Kampala (http://www.unglobalpulse.org/kampala) is an inter-agency initiative of the United Nations in Uganda. The first of its kind in Africa, it brings together researchers from Government, the UN, non-governmental organizations and private sector to explore the utility of new sources of digital “Big …

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Using radio broadcasts to augment early detection of health risks 15

Using radio broadcasts to augment early detection of health risks

UN Global Pulse worked with the World Health Organization (WHO) to explore the use of data from radio talk shows to signal early warnings of health risks and health-related matters. Population movements, behavioural changes, food production, and many other factors linked to globalisation and economic development are responsible for the continuous emergence of infectious hazards. …

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