Researchers are building tools so officials can use data to learn how to rebuild communities devastated by natural disasters. Artificial intelligence lets computers predict and find insights from that data.
By analyzing historical disaster information, publicly available census data and predictive models of risk and resilience, tools will be able to identify and prioritize key decisions, like what kinds of infrastructure investments to make.
Hilda Palafox’s search for tranquility, stoicism and feminism is consistently present in her work. Hilda graduated from Escuela de Diseño del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes in Mexico City and being active since 2013. Hilda's work ranges from group shows, brand collaborations and mural festivals, persevering as one of the most important female artists in her country. She has been privileged to portrait her work in illustrations, canvases, murals and media such as ceramics, always maintaining a graceful focus. Most importantly growing within her concepts, exploring the boundaries of character and composition in a perpetual sense of romanticism.
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