Humanitarian Computing Library:About
This Humanitarian Computing Library has a compilation of humanitarian computing resources.
Humanitarian Computing consists both Human and Machine Computing applications for humanitarian causes such as crisis response and poverty reduction. Human Computing includes crowdsourcing and microtasking whereas Machine Computing draws on disciplines including Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning.
This project was launched in August 2013 by the Qatar Computing Research Institute.
- Project lead:
- Carlos Castillo — Qatar Computing Research Institute
- Contents and implementation:
- Rahma Ali — Qatar University (2013)
- Nada Abo-eita — Qatar University (2013)
- Noble Jo Mathew (2014)
- Ali El Dous - Qatar University (2014)
- Thanks to:
- Patrick Meier — Qatar Computing Research Institute
- Rachid Messaoui (2013)
Citing the library
To cite the library, use:
Humanitarian Computing Library, http://humanitariancomp.referata.com/, accessed on Date.
If you need an icon/logo, use Media:Humanitarian-Computing-Library-logos.zip.