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Research Dive: making sense of language data in Indonesia

Author: 
Dikara Alkarisya and Elaine Hartono
“Doing a research dive is an

To Achieve an AIDS-Free Generation, We Need More Problem Solvers

My professional interests and work priorities are centered on HIV prevention and treatment programs, particularly working with key populations, prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), male involvement,

“Although the cyber crime bill will soon become law, the movement to oppose or amend it has not come to an end"

12 August 2016
(Media Matters for Democracy, Bytes for All, Pakistan and APC)

Pakistan’s new and controversial cyber crime bill is poised to become a law aft

We Must Answer 6 Open ICT4Education Questions to Have Real Impact

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We Have the Tools, the Technology, and the Numbers

I just learned that I’m part of the largest cohort of young people to ever live.

When attention matters: Ethiopia crushes dissent in Oromia

As an advocate for Americans to pay more attention to international news, I often get the question, “Why bother? What can I do?”

Bytes for All new report: Internet Landscape of Pakistan 2016

10 August 2016
(Bytes for All, Pakistan)

APC member Bytes for All, Pakistan has raised concern over the declining state of fundamental rights in online space

Protected: The village of peace… and of coca leaves

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GODAN Success Stories - Issue 1 | GODAN

Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) advocates and supports the proactive sharing of open data to make information about agriculture and nutrition available, accessible and usable.

Measuring the Barriers to Big Data for Development: Design-Reality Gap Analysis in Colombia’s Public Sector

While big data has the potential to make a significant contribution to international development, that potential is currently constrained by a number of barriers. Systematic analysis of those barriers is rare, so this paper applies the design-reality gap model to identify and evaluate barriers to effective use of big data in one context: the Colombian public sector.

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