Dexis brought together a team to build a machine learning system ourselves. Our goal was to learn the language of AI directly so we could better engage on more complex queries in non-English contexts.
El Salvadoran police officers need instruction in self-care and trauma-informed policing, which can improve social cohesion.
Global health work is complex even at the best of times. It requires getting the right experts where they are needed most and constantly evaluating interventions to learn and adapt.
How can we support Serbia in tackling its critical development challenges?
Dexis was formed around the time of some major global moments such as the attacks on U.S. soil that triggered (what are often referred to as) ‘the Forever Wars.’ It was also the time of the formation of Big Tech that now both perpetuates and combats global disinformation.
Remote onboarding requires a new level of intentionality to ensure that our newest colleagues are learning what they need to learn and feeling like they are part of a functioning team.
Pairing the right technical assistance with a committed, mission-driven NGO can lead to significant change.
An event-forcing action shows us the answer lies not in technology or law, but in doing more with less.
Five things to consider for your next program implementation.
Indigenous women in Guatemala experience high rates of violence and are confronted with numerous barriers when seeking out justice.