DDD has been a social impact partner to the University of Chicago since 2002 and has undertaken multiple projects over the years.
Pixelz partnered with DDD to create a cost-effective workflow to get millions of product images edited consistently and professionally.
DDD entered the data from about 15,000 active case files, including filing dates, case numbers, decisions, and outcomes into digital format.
The principle investigators partnered with DDD to capture and verify over 4 million financial data points from English and German newspapers.
DDD worked with the Library of Congress and others to digitize more than 2 million pages of historic newspaper archives.
Using the AWS Cloud to help NMK meet objectives, DDD created a digital records management, collections, and archiving system.
DDD's team of AWS-certified SysOps engineers in Kenya worked with the DuraSpace team to optimize their product suite deployment.
DDD’s AWS SysOps and DevOps engineers in Kenya partnered with Enquizit to provide cloud migration and managed services.
DDD partnered with AMP to input this valuable data, including segmenting identifiable recycling materials using color-coded polygons.
DDD helped Microsoft verify, classify, and tag hundreds of auditory utterances and accurately and efficiently transcribed the audio files.
DDD partnered with a sports analytics company to improve their video training data by tagging and categorizing sports videos for teams.
DDD’s team placed stickers inside over 1,200 public buses encouraging passengers to speak up against reckless driving.
DDD’s field research team collected data on the financial behavior of 300 households among low-income families in Kenya.
DDD’s field research team distributed calendars to 36,000 households to motivate families to demand better WASH facilities.
DDD digitized and preserved the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum archives of Cambodia, a Cambodian high-school-turned-prison.
DDD tagged and annotated images for drones to better monitor farmers' crops and detect pests and diseases earlier.
DDD worked with the White House Historical Association to digitize their image collection dating back to 1962.
iWantGreatCare partnered with DDD to transcribe the hand-written feedback surveys from patients.
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