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Using AI to improve refugee integration

Using machine learning and optimisation to find refugees’ new homes can significantly improve their chances of finding work within three months, according to new research.
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The international collaboration, conducted by researchers at the Universities of Oxford and Lund, Sweden as well as the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, involved developing Annie MOORE, an AI-powered software. The tech uses complex computational tools to match refugees to a given location by their needs, skills and the number of available resources and opportunities available.

Read more in an article from Lund University October 3rd 2018

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