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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Center for Human Rights Science Secures Over $1M for Video, Image Analysis

Smartphones and Internet access make it easier than ever to disseminate information. Ordinary citizens, victims of human rights abuses and participants in protests, armed conflicts and disaster situations can instantly share photos and videos with a global audience on social media. But what happens to that information once it is distributed? MORE
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Challenges of Documenting Casualties in the Syria Conflict

CHRS Research Fellows Megan Price and Patrick Ball published an article on the challenges of documenting casualties in the Syria conflict in the journal Significance MORE
Thursday, March 5, 2015

Human Rights Event Detection and Civil Unrest Prediction Papers

This work was supported by CHRS¹s grant from MacArthur Foundation.

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Patrick Ball Honored as New ASA Fellow

Patrick Ball Honored as New ASA Fellow

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Center for Human Rights Science Affiliates discuss their work at Joint Statistical Meeting in Boston, MA, August 4-7, 2014

Center for Human Rights Science Affiliates discuss their work at Joint Statistical Meeting in Boston, MA, August 4-7, 2014

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