Using computational science & AI to end modern slavery
Conference | 19 - 20 February | New York
Code 8.7 is being organized by Delta 8.7 (a project of UN University Centre for Policy Research), The Alan Turing Institute, Computing Community Consortium, Tech Against Trafficking, the Rights Lab and the Global Security Initiative at Arizona State University.
Code 8.7 will bring the computational research and artificial intelligence (AI) communities together with those working to achieve Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals. With Target 8.7, 193 countries agreed to take immediate and effective measures to end forced labour, modern slavery and human trafficking by 2030, and child labour by 2025. Computational science, AI and machine learning can accelerate our understanding of these problems and help us determine “effective measures” to address them.
DAY ONE: 19 February 2019, 0845 - 1700
Convene, 730 Third Avenue, New York 10017
DAY TWO:20 February 2019, 0845 - 1630
UN Headquarters, Conference Room 5
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