Omdena’s Scholarship Recipients: Bethel From Ethiopia
July 19th, 2021

We are extremely happy to have selected our recipient of the Omdena Scholarship Award. The selection is based on various factors including the effectiveness of the scholarship, the recipient´s story, and contribution to Omdena. It is given for 3 months from April 2021

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Omdena´s Scholarship Recipients: Two AI Changemakers from Africa
June 4th, 2021

We are extremely happy to have selected our recipients of the month of the Omdena Scholarship Award. The selection is based on various factors including the effectiveness of the scholarship, the recipient´s story, and contribution to Omdena. It will be given for 3 mont

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Omdena´s First Scholarship Recipient: AI Changemaker Madhu Charan from India
April 10th, 2021

We are extremely happy to have selected our first recipient of the Omdena Scholarship Award. The selection is based on various factors including the effectiveness of the scholarship, the recipient´s story, and contribution to Omdena. The scholarship amount is equivalen

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How to Become an AI-Enabled NGO Within 12 Months (Including Real-World Examples)
January 25th, 2021

Why are some NGOs more successful in their efforts to use artificial intelligence (AI) efficiently than others?  By Oliver Norkauer   Working with 30+ NGOs In the last 18 months, Omdena has worked with 30+ NGOs worldwide, creating numerous real-world AI solutions

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How to Build a Lean AI Startup (Including Real-World Case Studies)
December 2nd, 2020

NYT bestselling authors and impact-driven entrepreneurs share how to build a lean AI startup.   This article will share insights on the art of building lean startups that change society for the better and leave a positive impact on the planet. There are hundreds of

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Ethical AI Building Blocks: The Interdependence of Emotional & Artificial Intelligence
July 14th, 2020

By Jake Carey-Rand   One of my favorite quotes at the moment is from Max Tegmark, MIT professor and author of ‘Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence’. Tegmark talks about avoiding “this silly, carbon-chauvinism idea that you can only be

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