AIDR—the Grand Prize winner of the 2015 Open Source Software System Challenge—is a free and open platform to filter and classify social media messages related to emergencies, disasters, and humanitarian crises. AIDR uses human and machine intelligence to automatically tag up to thousands of messages per minute. Learn more »
The AIDR team fully endorses ICRC's Data Protection Protocols and UN's Guidelines on Cyber Security. AIDR users should familiarize themselves with both documents and respect international standards on data privacy, security, and protection.
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MicroMappers is a joint initiative with the United Nations: humanitarian organizations need your help to make sense of social media generated during disasters.
Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) is a national research institute, established in 2010 by Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, a private, non-profit organization that is supporting Qatar’s transformation from carbon economy to knowledge economy.
The Standby Task Force is a volunteer led and managed network. All Standby Task Force volunteers have equal responsibility for the success of our deployments and our overall mission.
OCHA is the part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA also ensures there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response effort.