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Big data can be used to help people recover from/avoid natural disasters in the Asia-Pacific region, reports Reuters. 

Technological innovations - from unique digital identities for drought-hit farmers to use of data from drones and social media - can better predict increasingly complex disasters in the Asia-Pacific region and limit their impact on vulnerable people, the United Nations said in a report on Thursday

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