Join us as we talk with Thea Snow, of the Center for Public Impact, Enrico and Jonathan from the UNDP Philippines, who will be sharing a little about the newly formed Pintig Lab and Petrarca from the Pulse Lab (Jakarta). These are two different stories, yet with many emerging insights of how to understand, and interact with systems.
The Pulse Lab Jakarta is one of three UN networked-innovation labs, established based on a recognition that digital data offer opportunities to gain a better understanding of changes in human well-being, and to get real-time feedback on how well policy responses are working.
Pintig Lab (‘Heartbeat’ in Filipino) is designed to measure the country’s socio-economic health in response to the government’s COVID-19 amelioration programme. It is set up to ingest, synthesize, visualize, and analyze, with the aid of Artificial Intelligence and predictive software, a wide array of high frequency data, administrative data, app based, on-line enabled, and household level surveys and translate these into real time policy and programme advice. This session is an opportunity to hear from two uniquely placed data labs - we encourage you to submit your questions, in advance.