Freelancer Limited announced that it had won the NASA task order NOIS-017 National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Data Analysis Challenge for the National Institute of Child Health. Through the Human Development Maternal Morbidity and Mortality Data Analysis Challenge, the National Institute of Child Health and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) are looking to spur new research hypotheses in maternal mortality, morbidity, and severe maternal morbidity through innovative exploration of NICHD's large databases. With no limits to how participants can approach the problem, the hope will be to find new insights into risk factors. Freelancer built and operates the world's largest crowdsourcing platform that guides innovation having hosted over 12,000 challenges in data science. The platform provides the NIH/NICHD immediate access to crowd of over 3 million data scientists, of which over 350,000 reside in the United States. As part of this work, Freelancer taps into the expertise of Adiona, an Australian based data analytics company with experience in data science and machine learning for industries including healthcare, medical devices, supply chain, and logistics. Their staff includes multiple PhD-qualified data scientists with expertise in healthcare analytics and specific relevant techniques such as deep learning (CNN, RNN, Transformer), supervised and unsupervised machine learning (labeling, NN, clustering), and the required statistical techniques e.g. Bayesian, Markov, Monte Carlo. The company's FlexOps platform has won numerous competitive awards such as the AIIA iAward for Big Data Innovation. This is the second task order won by Freelancer under the USD 25 million NASA Open Innovation Services 2 joint tender and is valued at USD 475,000, of which USD 400,000 will be paid to freelancers on the platform in the form of prizes (GMV).