By Niki LaGrone on April 9th, 2020
Could AI have saved Gabriel Fernandez’s life? Data and social scientists argue that machine learning might have kept him alive. What exactly is this potentially life-saving AI? Learn more about predictive risk modeling, how governments currently use similar AI, and the ethical questions such work raises.
By Simon Kassel on January 16th, 2020
We partnered with Driven Data and the World Bank to develop the Open Cities AI Challenge. This challenge uses machine learning to extract building footprints in unmapped areas to promote disaster resilience.
By Joe Morrison on December 13th, 2019
How accurate are our supervised machine learning models and what are they really doing? We offer 3 tips to help you better understand these models.
By Niki LaGrone on December 10th, 2019
ML's predictive powers are driving a rage for deep learning in the crisis management and disaster relief industries. How can these powers be harnessed for ethical machine learning?
By Niki LaGrone on November 25th, 2019
Machine learning on satellite imagery is revolutionizing disaster relief. What does ethical machine learning mean in this field?