Catholic Relief Services leverages machine learning to fight hunger

Data collection and machine learning help CRS predict which households will face food scarcity within the next few months, allowing it to respond faster and more efficiently.

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Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has a mission to provide humanitarian relief to people in the developing world. Since 2016, it has been using data collection and machine learning to help guide those efforts. CRS, established by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in 1943 to aid World War II refugees in Europe, is an international […]
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