Agile Navigation Approach To Online Violence Against Children Through AI
July 15th, 2021

Investigating Online Violence against Children (OVAC) through Natural Language Processing by analyzing news articles and collecting data as a part of Omdena project, conducted in partnership with Save The Children.   Author: Diana Roccaro   Setting Project Goa

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Using NLP to Fight Misinformation And Detect Fake News
June 9th, 2021

A complete pipeline using NLP to fight misinformation in news articles. In this two-month challenge, a group of 45+ collaborators prepared annotated news datasets, solved related classification problems, and built a browser extension to identify and summarize misinforma

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Using NLP Libraries to Discover What the Internet Says about Omdena
May 31st, 2021

In this article, you will learn an end-to-end NLP project building right from scraping Google data, Twitter, etc. using NLP libraries. How to make a word cloud and sentiment analysis to running a summarization algorithm and finally deploying the code in the form of a pa

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Using Streamlit Dashboard to Predict Infrastructure Needs in Africa
May 25th, 2021

  African governments are using significant portions of public budgets to finance infrastructure, but that infrastructure often responds to past or current needs, not future needs based on expected changes related to climate change, migration, urbanization, etc. In

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4 Steps of Using Latent Dirichlet Allocation for Topic Modeling in NLP
April 12th, 2021

Topic Modeling is a technique that you probably have heard of many times if you are into Natural Language Processing (NLP). It is commonly used for document clustering, not only for text analysis but also in search and recommendation engines. This tutorial will guide yo

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Uncovering Infrastructural Needs Using Topic Modelling and NLP
April 6th, 2021

  In the Omdena-ACET challenge, we turned to online information sources, such as social media, newspapers, scientific articles, and websites of institutions involved with infrastructure. Each source provides an abundance of information that’s not possible to anal

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