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Togo’s innovative use of technology gets aid to those most in need

Togo’s innovative use of technology gets aid to those most in need

In low-income countries, identifying people who have fallen on hard times due to the pandemic is no easy task.  So Togo turned to artificial intelligence: a computer program that dives into satellite imagery and cell phone data to pinpoint pockets of poverty and distribute financial support.  Click here to read more.

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