technology

Robert Kirkpatrick explains how UN Global Pulse is looking to utilize the vast amount of real-time data at our disposal for the purposes of disaster relief.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 26 april 2011

Earlier in the year, PSFK created a the Future of Real-Time report for the United Nations Global Pulse team. The report looked at how technology is improving the way we can access the way organizations, governments and business can monitor the wellbeing of distant communities. In this recent video from the Guardian, director Robert Kirkpatrick explains how UN Global Pulse is looking to utilize the vast amount of real-time data at our disposal for the purposes of disaster relief:

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