AIDR —Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response— is a free, open-source, and easy-to-use platform to automatically filter and classify relevant tweets posted during humanitarian crises.
AIDR uses human intelligence (crowdsourcing) and machine intelligence (supervised learning) to collect and automatically tag up to thousands of tweets per minute.
If this is the first time you visit us, please see how AIDR works. Otherwise feel free to give AIDR a test drive and tell us what you think.
Please note that during the testing period we will frequently clean-up test collections and re-start the system. Please subscribe to aidr-users to receive announces about this testing phase.
The platform is being developed at the Social Computing center at Qatar Computing Research Institute by Muhammad Imran, Ji Lucas and Carlos Castillo. Former developers: Jakob Rogstadius. Source code is available on github. Please contact for inquiries.