QCRI's AIDR (Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response), has been awarded the Grand Prize for the 2015 Open Source Software System Challenge
QCRI’s humanitarian technology, AIDR (Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response), has been awarded the Grand Prize for the 2015 Open Source Software System Challenge!
Congrats to the entire team of scientists and engineers behind AIDR for your tireless efforts.
To learn more, please visit OSS World Challenge 2015.
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