Big Data - Big Impact
The YSE 2019 Workshop brings international young changemakers and the greater ecosystem together to discuss how the power of data can be harnessed to benefit society. Join us to explore the best practices, obstacles and opportunities in applying data science to solve social and environmental issues!
What are some of the more direct ways data science can be applied to create social and environment impact? The importance of data has been well explored and greatly understood in the technology, government and startup space, and this panel hopes to bring the value of this conversation to a wider audience.
We put representatives from the various sectors together to discuss how data can be harnessed meaningfully to solve social issues. Join us to explore what are some of the current best practices, concerns, obstacles and opportunities that we can work together to overcome!
|Time:||16:00 - 18:00|
|Date:||22 Mar 2019|
2 Orchard Link
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