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DFG Week - Executive Breakfast #1: Data & AI’s Roles in CSR
A round table discussion geared towards executive exploring a number of issues relating to data and impact on corporate social responsibility. Note, this talk's target audience are those who hold director and above positions in their organizations as this platform is to help aid the discussion of how data culture can be cultivated from the top down. Mandatory Eventbrite ticket: Conversations will include: - How corporate proprietary data might improve our communities - Is a cultural transformation in the way companies, governments, and other organizations treat data required - How do new privacy laws impact data and its use for corporate social responsibility - Is there is a moral imperative to behave differently around the way we produce and consume data The panel will include experts from the world of Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics/Security and the Private Sector and will challenge conventional thinking as Not for Profits map out their data journeys.

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What we're about

* Who we are *

Data for Good, inspired by, is the Canadian voice
for data scientists with a conscience.

If you have a desire to stay at the forefront of technological
innovation & positive social change, join us.

* What we do *

Data for Good brings together leading data scientists with high impact social organizations through a comprehensive, collaborative approach that leads to shared insights, greater understanding, and positive action through "data in the service of humanity". leads a community of pioneering data scientists with the talent,
commitment, and energy to open doors & inspire a new way of using the
skills and tools of corporations & governments, to meet the needs of the NFP/NGO and social innovation sector.

* How we do it *

By organizing & hosting weekend DataThon events.

A DataThon is a weekend event that matches up three (3) selected
social organizations (that have well-defined data problems) with a
team of volunteer data scientists to tackle their data-related
challenges over a 24-48 hours period. The participants are housed &
fed throughout the weekend event & the results are presented to the 3
social organizations at the end of the event. Some may refer to these
types of events as "Hack-a-Thons", etc. These events are completely
free for the participants and serve to energize, educate, and provide
direct benefit to the NFP/NGO organizations, as well as to enlighten
social sector groups about the power of being data-driven.

Specialties: Data Analysis, Volunteer Matching, Data Visualization,
Data Science for Social and Civic Sector.

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