Technology has become indispensable in administering and enabling public services in a timely, equitable and efficient manner across the world. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning technologies have provided innovative solutions to scale and data distribution problems that earlier were hurdles for effective solutions for social causes. However, poor coverage, low penetration of data service and technologies, inadequately harnessed human capital, data privacy and security and low public awareness continue to persist. This calls for creative application of advanced computing to support governance issues, delivery of services and making services accessible across economic, geographic and social barriers.
We invite submissions from professional and students that offer use cases around leveraging technologies to promote social welfare and public good.
These papers may include applications of technology as listed below ( (but not limited to):
- Women’s safety
- Health and fitness
- Drug discovery
- Accessibility/Disabled – friendly technologies
- Agriculture and farming
- Electronic waste management
- Civic engagement
- Water management
- Affordable power and housing
- Traffic management
- Urban planning
- Access to education
- Sustainable, affordable healthcare
- Emission control
Solutions and tools using Open Source technologies are encouraged and should be highlighted, if present, in the submission. Live projects completed for overcoming social challenges are encouraged and should be highlighted.
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- Please go through the submission requirements for all tracks.
- Please ensure you make your submission on Linklings, the GHCI 19 Submissions tool by 10:30 PM (IST) on June 9, 2019.
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