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November 19, 2020

By Ian Allen

On November 16, Vice News ran “How the US Military Buys Location Data from Ordinary Apps.” The story is what is sounds like: personal location information harvested from apps – including a Muslim prayer app with 100 million downloads – is being sold up …

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October 13, 2020

By Dave Zvenyach

Dave Zvenyach is a Camber advisor, helping us build bridges and develop thought leadership across policy, technology, and business as we leverage inspired data analytics for the public good.

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September 29, 2020

By Andrew Schroeder , Nishant Kishore , Navin Vembar , Caleb Dresser

According to long-term displacement data from Facebook, population displacement from Calcasieu Parish has been gender skewed to a degree that demands further investigation.

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September 8, 2020

By Ian Allen

Seventy years ago, Albert Camus complained about the increasing cleanliness of the times: “We make love by telephone, we work not on matter but on machines, and we kill and are killed by proxy.”

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August 19, 2020

By Dr. Navin Vembar

Even with less accurate testing, if we can test daily, in the home, we can more quickly work at an individual level to contain the outbreak.

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August 7, 2020

By Navin Vembar

Camber CTO Dr. Navin Vembar assesses Google’s new COVID-19 public forecasts and the use of machine learning to parse SEIR and predict county- and state-level impacts.

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Reopening Schools

August 5, 2020

By Navin Vembar

Faced with the challenging task of developing safe reopening plans, school district leaders must be equipped with the right data inputs.

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July 28, 2020

By Navin Vembar

Data analytics can be used to allocate resources, shape public health policy during COVID-19, and improve the effectiveness of other industries.

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July 16, 2020

By Camber Systems

Camber CEO Ian Allen was featured on NYC Media Lab’s “Machines + Media” summer 2020 virtual series, “Tech Ethics: Diversity, Bias, Inequality, & Privacy.”

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