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(Part 1) Code 8.7: Using Computational Research and Artificial Intelligence to End Modern Slavery
20 Feb 2019 -  Event entitled “Code 8.7: Using Computational Research and Artificial Intelligence to End Modern Slavery” (organised by the United Nations University)
1) Reports from previous day’s hothouses (19 February 2019).

A – Vulnerability mapping and modelling – Todd Landman, Rights Lab
B – Using ICT to find hidden populations – Zoe Trodd, Rights Lab
C – Mining government data to reach Target 8.7 – Davina Durgana, Walk Free Foundation
D – Slavery from space – Hannah Darnton, Tech Against Trafficking
E – Fintech –Kilian Moote, Know The Chain
F – Orphanage trafficking – Paul Jones, Turing Institute

2) Towards a pipeline – Technology, Techniques and Training.

Intervention 1: Is AI a silver bullet? Anjali Mazumder, Turing Institute/Carnegie Mellon
Intervention 2: Common data collection and taxonomy protocols – Harry Cook, IOM
Intervention 3: Getting the tech community involved – Phil Bennett, Founding Member, Tech Against Trafficking
Intervention 4: Data trusts – Steve Anning, British Army
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