Training a machine learning model to identify schools from satellite imagery of developing countries is a difficult task. UNICEF and Tryolabs partnered to understand how UNICEF’s Machine Learning model was actually performing by employing explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) methods.
UNICEF and Dubai Cares announce partnership through Generation Unlimited to scale Digital Connectivity
Dubai Cares, the UAE-based global philanthropic organization, and UNICEF announced today a global partnership, through UNICEF’s flagship global youth initiative Generation Unlimited, to accelerate efforts to provide access to digital connectivity for every young person.
The project aims to to increase access to regional broadband networks and advance the development of an ICT-enabled services industry in the Caribbean Region.
International agreement between NIC.br and UNICEF contributes to measure the connectivity of schools
SIMET data is shared with Giga, which aims to map and increase the number of connected schools around the world.
In an interactive session held during the 75th UN General Assembly, the Government of Kazakhstan convened leaders from diverse stakeholder groups including startups and senior-level policy makers to discuss the importance of being connected.
The Government of Kazakhstan hosts an event during the 75th Session of the UN General Assembly to discuss the importance of being connected, and how global and regional cooperation can support this.
Today, the Broadband Commission is proud to launch its latest report that aims to address the issue of school connectivity and learners’ empowerment.