Microsoft Photo DNA Cloud Service
Microsoft is helping to combat trafficking by offering its PhotoDNA Cloud Service for free to qualified organizations to automatically detect and report the distribution of child exploitation images.
Spotlight is a web based tool that uses machine learning algorithms, connects disparate data sources, and integrates the field knowledge of law enforcement to search and analyze millions of records of escort and sex-worker related online advertisements.
The UN is partnering with the World Identity Network (WIN) to develop a blockchain identity pilot aimed to help curb child trafficking.
LaborVoices uses smartphones to crowdsource information key to enabling brands to monitor the impact of their suppliers on the rights of workers.
LaborLink leverages the rapid spread of mobile phones to establish an anonymous two-way communication channel for workers to report on true conditions with no fear of retaliation, and for companies to receive real-time data directly from workers 365 days a year.
Planet imagery can be used to independently document and monitor the actions of governments and other actors, creating new forms of human rights accountability.
Large and small enterprises can post their job vacancies free of charge on the site that is geared specifically to refugees.
Verizon, in partnership with the Children’s National Medical Center used its technology to help screen more than 6,000 children in rural Brazil for a fatal heart condition. More than 300 were diagnosed to receive treatment.
Verizon’s subsidiary Oath provides training for girls in Rwanda to develop software coding skills