How can we use data science to build inclusive growth and recovery? Many mission-driven organizations know all about the complexities of addressing wicked problems, but don’t know where to start with data science and AI. This webinar unpacks the way identifying data science solutions to wicked problems is more of an art than a science through inclusive growth and recovery project examples. You’ll walk away understanding how DataKind applies data science and AI in the service of humanity, how to artistically identify what’s possible in using data science for economic resilience, and how to prepare for the data.org challenge. By learning about data science for inclusive growth and recovery projects, you’ll identify what might be possible for your organization in partnership with DataKind and data.org.
About Datakind: DataKind is a global nonprofit that harnesses the power of data science and AI in the service of humanity. Named one of Fast Company's top 10 innovative nonprofits, DataKind engages pro bono data scientists and leading social change organizations on projects that address critical humanitarian problems and drive the conversation about how machine learning and AI can be applied to solve the world’s biggest challenges. Launched in 2012, DataKind is headquartered in New York City and has Chapters in Bangalore, San Francisco, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and Washington DC.
About data.org: data.org is a platform for partnerships to build the field of data science for social impact. We envision a world that uses the power of data science to tackle society’s greatest challenges. data.org works with organizations from all over the world to increase the use of data science in order to improve the lives of millions of people.
About the data.org Inclusive Growth and Recovery Challenge: https://www.data.org/challenge/