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thursday September 27 2018

 Microsoft’s AI for Humanitarian Action targets four areas including the needs of children.

Microsoft’s AI for Humanitarian Action targets four areas including the needs of children.

 

In today's edition of < ALL THINGS > Software: 

Microsoft announces AI for Humanitarian Action. The $40 million, 5-year program partners with NGO's and humanitarian groups to use AI in four areas - disaster response, needs of children, refugees and displaced people, and human rights. Microsoft provides financial grants, technology investments, and partnerships that combine that combine Microsoft's AI and data science know-how with a group's subject matter expertise. Participating charity partners include the World Bank, Operation Smile, Seattle Children's Hospital, Norwegian Refugee Council, NetHope, and University College Dublin, This is the third program in Microsoft's AI for Good initiative, funded at $115M and including the AI for Earth, and AI for Accessibility projects. Microsoft

 

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