Undergraduate Research Journal


This paper provides an overview of human trafficking in Nepal, identifies strategies implemented by the government of the country to handle the problem and possibilities of using big data as a solution to the problem of human trafficking in Nepal. Big data, may be defined as the collection of a large volume of data from the past that is processed using machine learning and artificial intelligence to find a common pattern. The use of big data in tackling the problem of human trafficking is not new in developed countries like the United States but it is still a foreign idea in developing countries like Nepal. This paper explores how big data can be used to minimize the problem of human trafficking in Nepal.



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