Guest blog by: Karina Grosheva What is Taqadam? TaQadam is a technology startup that aims to democratise Geo-Analytics and computer vision by applying mobile work in machine learning data labelling. Taqadam works with an inclusive model hiring vulnerable youth and refugees to perform tagging, mapping, and image annotation. Taqadam believes that AI won’t […]
Building on a workshop held in 2019 at the University of Edinburgh, we have now published a full draft report on the challenges and opportunities in current approaches to facilitate digital work and education among refugees. For a write-up of the vibrant discussions and presentations from the workshop, please have a look at the report […]
Refugeework.net is hiring a Research Assistant at the University of Edinburgh to conduct original research on digital labour and skills among refugees in Berlin and collaborate on other aspects of the project. You will work with Dr Andreas Hackl on a project entitled ‘Digital livelihoods: towards a just gig economy for urban refugees.’ Funded by […]
Through an ongoing collaboration with the Migration Branch of the International Labour Organization, I was invited to give a seminar at the ILO headquarters in Geneva. The main goal of the seminar was to share a first outline of the project in order to make its outcomes more relevant for the ILO and key actors in the future of work.