Join us as we talk with Enrico from the Pintig Lab (UNDP Philippines) and Petrarca from the Pulse Lab (Jakarta) - two regional labs, two different stories and 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.
We will explore:
- What role does data and communication play in system transitions?
- What is the role of data in identifying an emerging system?
- How do you use data to sense the system?
- How have you seen the role of data change?
- What are the limitations of your data?
- What are the opportunities of your data?
- What has been the most unexpected thing you’ve found over the last 6 months?