Stories of Data-for-Good at IBM Insight
October 30, 2014

DataKind Founder and Executive Director Jake Porway has been hosting the IBM Insight conference this week, talking about the latest trends, exciting announcements and, of course, taking multiple selfies for good measure.

What we are most excited about though is getting to feature stories from three of our amazing nonprofit partners: Amnesty International, DC Action for Children and

Jake had the opportunity to sit down with all three to talk about how their organizations are leveraging data science to advance their missions.

Check out the videos below to learn more about how data science can be used to help prevent human rights abuses, support child well-being in Washington DC or strengthen education in the U.S. We're so proud to work with organizations like these - they are what makes the Data-for-Good movement possible!

Amnesty International


DC Action for Children

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