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Analysing and Improving OpenStreetMap for Humanitarian Aid with Data Mining and GeoAI

Prof. Alexander Zipf has been invited to give the keynote at GIS DAY 2021 at McGILL University (Montréal, Canada) on Tuesday 19. Jan. 2021. The theme of the whole GIS Day at McGill is Humanitarian Mapping and the talk will talk about:

“Analysing and Improving OpenStreetMap for Humanitarian Aid with Data Mining and GeoAI”

Agenda: (EST time zone)

12:00 p.m. Prof. Alexander Zipf (GIScience, Heidelberg University, Germany)

1:00 p.m. Hannah Ker: MapAction & OCHA

1:30 p.m. Anna Teach (HOT): HOT – the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team

2:00 p.m. Omaru Sefu (Facebook – Data for Good): Privacy Preserving Data Products for Humanitarian Response

2:30 p.m. Chris North (ESRI Canada): ESRI’s Covid-19 Dashboards

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