Existing datasets available to address crucial problems, such as child mortality and family planning discontinuation in developing countries, are not ample for data-driven approaches. This is partly due to disjoint data collection efforts employed across locations, times, and variations of modalities. On the other hand, state-of-the-art methods for small data problem are confined to image modalities. In this work, we proposed a data-level linkage of disjoint surveys across Sub-Saharan African countries to improve prediction performance of neonatal death and provide cross-domain explainability.
Speakers: Girmaw Abebe Tadesse, Celia Cintas, Komminist Weldemariam, Skyler Speakman