Humanitarian AI Today

By Humanitarian AI Today

Humanitarian AI Today's host Mia Kossiavelou speaks with leaders, developers and innovators advancing uses of artificial intelligence, machine learning and natural language processing to support the humanitarian community. The series is produced by the Humanitarian AI groups in Cambridge, San Francisco, New York City, Toronto, Montreal, London, Paris, Berlin, Geneva, Zurich, Bangalore and Tokyo. The podcast covers the AI for Good field with an emphasis on Humanitarian AI.

  1. 1.
    Monica Lam from Stanford University's Open Virtual Assistant Lab
  2. 2.
    Vilas Dhar from the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation
  3. 3.
    Jean-Martin Bauer from WFP and Mark Dalton from the UN
  4. 4.
    Lars Peter Nissen from ACAPS
  5. 5.
    Allison Cohen from Mila
  6. 6.
    Alexa Prize Winners: Jinho Choi, Sarah Fillwock and James Finch from Emory University
  7. 7.
    Leo Frey with Aktion Deutschland Hilft
  8. 8.
    Steve Hellen from Catholic Relief Services

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