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Data optimization in developing nations


Nathan Eagle

Nathan Eagle (pictured), Eric Horvitz, and others are creating an Artificial Intelligence for Development community to address problems in economically developing countries.

Credit: Jeff Kubina

Artificial intelligence and machine learning could expand access to health care, improve the quality of education, and respond effectively to natural disasters in the developing world.

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