Nadia Piffaretti, a Senior Economist at the World Bank, will be giving a talk on managing crises concerning famine risk!
The presentation will tackle a multitude of questions, aiming to identify gaps, opportunities, and challenges related to the application of predictive models in humanitarian crises; consider legal and ethical issues associated with the collection and use of humanitarian data for predictive analytics purposes; explore how predictive models might be integrated into existing humanitarian decision-making processes; and explore collaboration models and areas where the Centre can help in terms of services like data curation, peer review and model hosting.
Nadia works in the field of Financing Solutions, Strategy and Analytics, Fragility Conflict Violence and Forced Displacement. During this presentation Nadia will share how famine risks can be measured using predictive analytics. The talk will be in the Hub café and will be followed by a short Q&A session.