Tech for Global Goals: The World’s Largest To-Do List
Technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented reality and neural networks can create immense positive impact on the world. Join technologists, international organizations and developers to understand how technology can tackle the world’s biggest challenges and help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Keynote Presentation from Greg Bowman, Associate Professor at Washington University on Citizen Scientists and COVID-19
Technical Sessions on Detecting COVID-19 in X-ray Images to Predicting the Spread of the Virus and How Technology Can Help Build a Better World Post COVID-19
Panel Discussion on How Arm and UNICEF Partner and Connect Young People to the Benefits of Technology
Networking, Office Hours with Speakers and Experts, Resource Libraries and More
Technical Sessions and Panel Discussions
Conservation technology aims to protect species habitats and the planet. Sensors, tracking and computing tools are now key to assessing biodiversity and supporting efficient interventions. This technical session will share information about Wildlabs, Field Kit and Arribada Initiative, and you can discover technology-enabled solutions to some of the biggest conservation challenges facing the world.
From Concept to Scale:
Arm and UNICEF, Connecting Young
People to the Benefits of Technology
Connecting young innovators to 21st-century digital skills at the African Drone and Data Academy; communities to life saving flood modelling data in Malawi; governments, innovators and business to open source digital solutions; and connecting every school to the internet through GIGA. We will tell the story of our partnership journey – connecting young people to the benefits of technology.