Data Science for Social Good Berlin supports Borderstep
The data experts from Data Science for Social Good Berlin (DSSG) are supporting the Borderstep Institute and its Green Economy Startup Monitor with their third “Datathon” from April 20 to 22, 2018. The aim is to optimize the data analysis of the Green Economy startup monitor and thus to save time and costs in the search of data.
DSSG alerts social service charities to the value of their data and brings them together with volunteers from the data science community. Special data events are then used to create tailor-made solutions to the identified data problems.
The “Datathon” takes place in DB mindbox Berlin. Volunteers with relevant knowledge are still being sought.
More information about the program and the process can be found here.
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