Forecast how AI will change networking: New ITU Journal accepting papers until 28 August

The first special issue of the new ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries will forecast how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will improve user experience by enhancing the performance and efficiency of communications networks. A Call for Papers invites submissions until 28 August 2017. Researchers are…

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Deadline extension for Kaleidoscope 2017 academic papers: 10 July

The deadline to submit a paper to Kaleidoscope 2017: Challenges for a data-driven society has been extended to 10 July 2017. Kaleidoscope 2017 will explore innovative approaches to data management and analysis, encouraging the development of data-driven applications and services of…

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Call for papers open for new ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries

First special issue explores Artificial Intelligence in communications networks Geneva, 08 June 2017 – ITU is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the inaugural issue of the ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries – a special issue exploring the contributions of…

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Reminder to research community: 19 June deadline to submit a paper to Kaleidoscope 2017

Less than a month remains to submit a paper to Kaleidoscope 2017: Challenges for a data-driven society. Researchers are invited to submit papers investigating the technical, business and policy challenges underlying effective data management and analysis. Kaleidoscope 2017 will explore…

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ITU Kaleidoscope 2017 calls for research on data management for social good

ITU Kaleidoscope 2017 calls for research on data management for social good

“Challenges for a data-driven society” is the theme of the ninth Kaleidoscope academic conference to be held in Nanjing, China, 27-29 November 2017. Kaleidoscope 2017 will highlight research into innovative approaches to data management and analysis, encouraging the development of…

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1st prize at Kaleidoscope 2016: Disaster warning in Maldives, Myanmar and the Philippines

Biplov Bhandari, Angga Bayu Marthafifsa and Manzul Kumar Hazarika (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand), and Francis Boon, Nuwan Waidyanatha and Lutz Frommberger (Sahana Software Foundation, USA) claimed 1st prize at ITU Kaleidoscope 2016: ICTs for a Sustainable World. Kaleidoscope 2016…

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