Quick-response (QR) codes have been around since the mid-1990s, packing 200 times more information within their configurations than regular barcodes. With the pandemic, this 30-year old technology is experiencing a revival as demand has gone up
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By James Hodson – The latest report (AR6) from Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued updated guidance on the current state of climate trends and dynamics globally as they pertain to
Catch up on the 2021 Fragile Earth presentation recordings in this playlist.
By Mario De Jesus – Innovating current processes to be more sustainable is currently a priority to many cities and countries. One vital process that needs to be improved is how we produce food. Sustainable agriculture
Panelists Indra den Bakker Panelist Indra is Co-founder & CEO of Overstory. Overstory applies machine learning to satellite imagery in order to reduce the risk of wildfires and power outages. Indra has a background in
Guest Blog by Michael Stock – Freedom When I was working at the BBC in London in 2005 I began my training as in-house leadership coach with Sir John Whitmore, a pioneer from motor-racing and performance
Tenzin Migmar Summer Fellow 2021 / Project: SDG Data Catalog The data catalog is an extensive and open sourced project that aims to bridge the gap between machine learning in academia and creating progress towards the
By Alexander Talbott – Many governments, local and national, around the world, are embracing Artificial Intelligence (AI) in order to better serve their citizens. AI can reduce waiting times, reduce backlogs, and detect fraud. When used
By Tenzin Migmar – Eradicating extreme poverty in all its dimensions is a bold commitment to elevating the quality of life for humanity everywhere to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to live a life of
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