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Welcome! Great to hear this is set up.
Mr Rufus Pollock,
thank you very much and we will try to further develop the open data of Uzbekistan.
Thank you for your special attention and support.
“Open Data Day Tashkent 2020”
On March 6 this year, within the framework of International Open Data Day , a seminar on “ Open Data Day Tashkent 2020”
On March 6 this year, within the framework of International Open Data Day , a seminar on “ Open Data Day Tashkent 2020” was organized for young employees of the central office of the State Committee onstatistics, dedicated to 5 initiatives put forward by the Head of state, the organization of effective use of computer technologies and the Internet among the population and youth.
Open Data Day is part of the International Open Data Day initiative, which helps implement the concept of open data and transparency of information in the activities of government agencies, businesses, non-profit organizations and other participants in public life.
Meetings, lectures, and hackathons are held around the world in honor of Open Data Day. Since 2015, the Open Knowledge Foundation, in partnership with other non-profit organizations in the open data world, has been offering mini-grants to support global events.
As part of the event, employees of the Department for monitoring and coordinating the activities of the open data portal made a presentation on the Open Data Day Tashkent 2020 event.
The following issues were discussed at the seminar:
- Information about the environment;
- Tracking the state of cash flows;
- Open mapping;
- Data for equal development;
Organization of effective use of computer technologies and the Internet among the population and youth.
Hi Uzbekistan Group,
Would you be interested in collaboration on a data gathering and machine learning project to help the law enforcement agencies in the central Asia in combating drug trafficking? The idea is to map out drug trafficking routes originating from northern Afghanistan. This collaboration requires support of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan authorities. We already have to support of the Afghan government. This would be an excellent collaboration that Afghanistan and Uzbekistan can start and then we can invite others to join. Please let me know if you are interested.