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AfterAccess Asia Report 3.0

Posted on May 22, 2019  /  0 Comments

AfterAccess: ICT access and use in Asia and the Global South (Version 3.0)
I write with some sadness.  After 13 consecutive academies and conferences, we are compelled to take a year’s break.  There is no money for CPRsouth in 2019. IDRC continues to value our work; but changed priorities (no longer is “future leaders” a thing) means that they did not allocate funding for us this year. Given my time constraints, I could only try for a single funder who would pick up the core funding including travel.
The biggest barrier to policing social media is language. Based on a draft LIRNEasia white paper on neural language processing. Published in Foreign Policy.
Prof. Rohan Samarajiva Kathmandu Marriott Hotel, Nepal May 02 2019 Workshop on ‘Enabling the disabled: ICT access and use by the persons with disabilities in Nepal’
LIRNEasia proposed simple, immediately actionable ways to promote independent living by persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Nepal.
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in Nepali and English
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in Nepali and English
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in Nepali and English
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in Nepali and English
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in English and Nepali
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in English and Nepali
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities
Recommendations to support independent living for persons with disabilities Brief in English and Nepali
A whitepaper distilling LIRNEasia's current thoughts on the possibilities and issues with the computation extraction of syntactic and semantic language from digital text.