Browsing Research Results (Networked Economies) / Résultats de recherche (Économies en réseaux) by Document Type "Conference Paper"

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  • Siminyu, Kathleen; Freshia, Sackey; Abbott, Jade; Marivate, Vukosi (2020-07-23)
    This work details the organisation of the AI4D - African Language Dataset Challenge, an effort to incentivize the creation, organization and discovery of African language datasets through a competitive challenge. As language ...
  • Dassi, Loïc Kwate; Kane, Hassan; Nkwate, Ebenezer (2021)
    While computational Deep Learning methods substantially reduce the screening burden for molecular docking, they can not be reliably trusted to find the top ligands binding to a given target. This suggests that current Deep ...
  • Navas, Joaquin (New Economy Development Group, Ottawa, Ontario, 2016-07)
    This series of case studies emerged from an action-research project entitled Developing Evaluation and Communication Capacity in Information Society Research (DECI-2). The predecessor Developing Evaluation Capacity in ICTD ...
  • Fadugba, Jeremiah O.; Sanni, Oluwatoyin Y.; Yekinni, Moshood O. (2021-03-31)
    The study furthers artificial intelligence/machine Deep Learning in medical diagnostics, and works to explain decisions behind model predictions and to make the algorithm transparent. It adds another level of visual ...
  • Afonja, Tejumade; Mbataku, Clinton; Okubadejo, Olumide; Malomo, Ademola; Nwadike, Munachiso S. (2021-05)
    The paper demonstrates the use case for SautiLearn, a tool that can help students to learn in localized language accents. The work focuses on converting audio speech from one accent to another using a sequence-to-sequence ...
  • Madhawa, Kaushalya; Lokanathan, Sriganesh; Samarajiva, Rohan; Maldeniya, Danaja (LIRNEasia, Colombo, LK, 2015-07)
    Understanding the strength and boundaries of human connections can help identify communities amongst a population, and is valuable knowledge for modeling disease spread, information flow, and mobility patterns. Administrative ...
  • Madhawa, Kaushalya; Lokanathan, Sriganesh; Maldeniya, Danaja; Samarajiva, Rohan (LIRNEasia, Colombo, LK, 2015-07)
    The traditional way of generating insights on land use involve surveys and censuses, which are both infrequent as well as costly. This paper explores the potential of leveraging massive amounts of human mobile phone data ...
  • Maldeniya, Danaja; Kumarage, Amal; Lokanathan, Sriganesh; Kreindler, Gabriel; Madhawa, Kaushalya (LIRNEasia, Colombo, LK, 2015-03)
    The paper discusses how output from mobility analysis based on mobile network big data (MNBD) can be aligned with the different stages of traditional forecasting frameworks familiar to transport planners and policy makers. ...