data.org is a platform for partnerships to build the field of data for social impact. We work with organizations from all over the world to increase the use of data in order to improve the lives of millions of people.
Opportunity for undergraduate students in their junior or senior year and graduate students with an interest in artificial intelligence, emerging technology, and their policy impact to apply principles and theory learned in the classroom in a professional environment
Responsible for providing strategic guidance and expertise in the assessment, implementation, use, and evaluation of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies across the organization with a focus on AI integration in public health and education projects.
One year grants to support a diverse set of initiatives that enable greater individual agency or community control over data.
Provided by The Data Empowerment Fund
The data.org Resource Library features guides for overviews of specific topics in data, curated resources, and a variety of opportunities to help social impact organizations through their data journey.
At data.org, we are placing bold bets to deploy the power of data science to solve some of society’s biggest challenges, from the pandemic, to climate change, from social justice to financial inclusion. Our global engagement with philanthropy, academia, technology, and social impact organizations focuses on leveraging existing partnerships and forging new ones to build the field of data science for social impact, together.
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