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1/7/2019 10:59:24United Kingdom -Transport-https://www.nyu.edu
Nordic Capital Markets Forum (NCMF)
Stanson Manhango Research Group Contact: Mary Ann Vitale, Research Manager maryann.vitale@grsconsulting.com
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12/12/2018 17:20:58USAAllegheny County Child Welfare OfficeAllegheny Family Screening ToolAllegheny County child welfare services implemented an algorithmic tool for call
screeners. The screeners have to decide whether to investigate information received during calls from members of the public or professionals, who report their concerns about children who may be at risk. The tool uses data mining techniques to search for patterns in historical data, which then fed into the predictive risk model.
Professor Rhema Vaithianathan, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New ZealandNon-linear regressionhttps://resources.centreforpublicimpact.org/production/2018/10/6361-CPI-Case-Study-Child-Protection-Update.pdf
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12/12/2018 17:20:58UKDurham ConstabularyHART (Harm Assessment Risk Tool)Durham Constabulary in the UK has been trialling the use of an AI-powered risk assessment tool called HART (Harm Assessment Risk Tool) to help custody officers decide the referral of criminals since 2017Cambridge UniversityRandom Forestshttps://resources.centreforpublicimpact.org/production/2018/10/6361-CPI-Case-Study-Criminal-Justice-v2.pdf
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12/12/2018 17:20:58UKMinistry of JusticePrime Minister's Questions (PQ) systemMany parliamentary questions have been answered before, or draw upon resources that have already been assembled by civil servants for another purpose.

The Data Science Hub in the UK’s Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has sought to simplify this process with an automatic tool that uses machine reading to create better, faster answers.

The PQ system analyses parliamentary questions by applying a method called “latent semantic analysis”. Where similar questions are presented, the system’s aim is to look at their proximity to questions that have been asked before, so that employees can rapidly find parallels with past work.
-Latent Semantic Analysishttps://github.com/moj-analytical-services/pq-tool
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12/12/2018 17:20:58Germany
Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees
Refugee language detectionGermany's Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees uses a voice recognition software that seeks to identify which country migrants without documentation are from- Unknownhttps://www.bamf.de/SharedDocs/Meldungen/DE/2018/20180612-easo-frage-der-identitaet.html
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12/12/2018 17:20:58SwitzerlandSwiss State Secretariat for MigrationRefugee resettlement toolSwitzerland is piloting a new algorithm to boost refugee employment. The tool builds on big data from tracking previous refugees and tool analyses asylum seekers’ characteristics to recommend the region where they’re most likely to find work. Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH), Stanford UniversitySupervised machine learning, optimal matchinghttps://immigrationlab.org/2018/05/26/switzerland-launches-program-test-ai-refugee-integration/
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VariousPatent OfficesIndex of AI initiatives in IP officesWIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) has compiled a list of AI uses cases in patent offices around the worldVarioushttps://www.wipo.int/about-ip/en/artificial_intelligence/search.jsp?technology_id=&territory_id=
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12/12/2018 17:20:58UKUK Environment AgencyRiver Pressure Diagnostic System (RPDS) and the River Pressure Bayesian Belief Network (RPBBN)Artifical intelligence-based system to diagnose and predict river health from biological and environmental data. -Bayesian Belief Networks (BBN)https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/291559/scho0911bubl-e-e.pdf
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