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November 19, 2018
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Prof. Reinhard König, who teaches Computational Architecture at Bauhaus-University Weimar, was the first speaker at the NCID Workshop on Urban Issues in Developing Countries. His presentation focused on how to use artificial intelligence for urban planning in Africa. König spoke about the different programmes and tools and the importance of digital planning with a network analysis that helps decode spaces and create a toolbox f...

November 16, 2018
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The CICIG and the MACCIH were created through agreements with international organizations to strengthen the fight against impunity in corruption and violence cases. Their work, which has given results, has received supporters and detractors, and El Salvador echoes the debate

Corruption and violence are two burdens for the development of the Central American North Triangle. Impunity is fed back together with violence, drug trafficking, and institutional weakness, and that snake that bites its tail has led this area to be one of the most violent and corrupt in the w...

November 12, 2018
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More than 50 people gathered last Friday the 9th of November to attend the NCID Workshop on Urban Issues in Developing Countries. The event had presentations of three experts on different fields of urbanism: technology and artificial intelligence, theoretical and construction approach and finally a cartography approach joined with community participation.

The first one up was Prof. Reinhard König, who teaches Computational Architecture at Bauhaus-University Weimar. His presentation focused on how to use artificial intelligence...

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